[CentOS-devel] handling ABRT

Matt Rose mattrose at folkwolf.net
Fri Nov 26 14:35:28 EST 2010


> On 11/26/2010 07:21 PM, Fabian Arrotin wrote:
>>> I would be happy with that personally. But I *would* like to take steps
>>> to make sure that CentOS installs dont hit resources not hosted at
>>> *.centos.org
>> But i'm still thinking that the specific abrt plugin to report bugs in
>> the centos mantis bug report system should be postponed, except if a
>> python guru can write it in 2 minutes and that it can be tested directly
>> in the QA process.
>
> Aologies for not being clear on this - but that's mostly what I meant;
> we can retain abrt but disable it from hitting non .centos.org places;
> in the mean time do the work for making abrt work against bugs.c.o and
> ship that once its ready.
>
> Lets see what Yoinier comes back with. He will almost certainly need to
> look at both the bits of code and then do an estimate on how much work
> is needed and how long its likely to take. We would / could then decide
> on the 6.0/6.1 timeline.

from a quick once-over of the code, resubmitting to a bugzilla instance
hosted at centos only requires a change to a config file.  I'm gonna try
building it and see if there's anything more regarding plugins that we can
disable at runtime, but this looks quite easy *if* we have a bugzilla.c.o.

I'm monitoring the bug.  I'll put anything that I find in there.

Matt

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