[CentOS-devel] handling ABRT

Ralph Angenendt ralph.angenendt at gmail.com
Fri Nov 26 16:20:22 EST 2010


Am 26.11.10 22:06, schrieb Matt Rose:

> Speaking as the only System Engineer/Build Engineer/SCM
> maintainer/Bugzilla maintainer at my work, I can say that bugzilla is
> definitely not a full-time job.  If you give me access to a c.o machine I
> could probably set one up in an afternoon.

Hmmm. Need to think about that. Can you write up what would be needed to
do that? Database? I'm afraid that that will be another sink for user
accounts, and we already have quite a few of those. Do you think there
would be any chance to reuse the b.c.o accounts from mantis?

I could tell you how those look in the database.

>> And I am not sure if we  - at the moment - have the time to do that
>> before 6 comes out.
> 
> It's not a good idea, period.  This is something that centos should do
> according to our own schedule.  Setting up a separate bugzilla instance
> just to receive abrt submissions is a way of taking back control over the
> timing of this important decision.

Okay, that sounds rather sane. Other opinions on that?

Ralph


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