[CentOS-devel] CentOS Bug Tracker and ABRT
jperrin at centos.org
Tue Nov 18 19:03:08 UTC 2014
On 11/18/2014 07:09 AM, Jakub Filak wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I want to briefly introduce myself. I am a Red Hat employee working on ABRT.
> We have recently added support for CentOS on the ABRT server and we would
> like continue in these integration efforts.
> First of all, I want to submit a pair of patches improving ABRT's UX on CentOS:
> - do not offer users to report to Red Hat Portal
> - offer users to send an email to upstream
> - stop wasting of resources by running sos, because its output is useless for
> CentOS users
Sounds good so far.
> In the near future, we would like to integrate ABRT with CentOS Bug Tracker in
> the same way as ABRT integrates with Red Hat Bugzilla. We are done with the
> analysis phase and, now, we are working on a testsuite.
> Unfortunately, MantisBT misses more advanced searching what prevents us from
> implementing a tool similar to one we have for Bugzilla. At least we need to
> search by DUPHASH (an unique identifier of a crash, something like tag).
Indeed. It's quite basic, which has been good for us so far, and the
simplicity was key early on.
> Would you be willing to run a MantisBT plugin adding the things we need, if we
> develop it?
I'd already been looking at updating our mantis setup and adding some
useful plugins. This sounds like a good thing, and I'm certainly willing
to give it a shot.
I wonder if we should stand up a 'beta' site for demo/testing, copied
from bugs.centos to see what people think.
Thoughts from others?
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