[CentOS-devel] [EPEL-devel] RHEL moving to issues.redhat.com only long term

Wed Mar 16 06:30:00 UTC 2022
Thomas Stephen Lee <lee.iitb at gmail.com>

On Mon, Mar 7, 2022 at 11:14 PM Josh Boyer <jwboyer at redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi Fedora, CentOS, and EPEL Communities!
> As part of our continued 3 year major Red Hat Enterprise Linux release
> cadence, RHEL 9 development is starting to wrap up with the spring
> 2022 release coming soon.  That means planning for the next release
> will start in earnest in the very near future.  As some of you may
> know, Red Hat has been using both Bugzilla and Jira via
> issues.redhat.com for RHEL development for several years.  Our
> intention is to move to using issues.redhat.com only for the major
> RHEL releases after RHEL 9.
> What does this mean for Fedora and CentOS?  This discussion is in part
> to figure that out.  Based on some very brief analysis, the following
> should hold:
> - RHEL customers should continue to file support cases through the Red
> Hat Customer portal, which will remain consistent regardless of the
> backend tooling used.
> - There is no imminent retirement of the Red Hat Bugzilla instance
> being planned at this time.  RHEL 7, 8, and 9 will continue to use
> bugzilla in some form and RHEL 9 has a very long lifecycle.
> - Fedora Linux and EPEL have their own Bugzilla product families and
> are not directly impacted in their own workflows by the choice to use
> only issues.redhat.com for RHEL.
>     - There will be impacts on existing documentation that provide
> guidance on requesting things from RHEL in various places like EPEL.
> We will be happy to help adjust these.
> - CentOS Stream contribution and bug reporting workflows will be
> adjusted to use issues.redhat.com instead of bugzilla in the relevant
> places.  This should apply to all versions of CentOS Stream for a
> unified contributor workflow.  This will happen gradually as we
> discover the best workflow to use.
> If there are other impacts that you can think of, please raise them on
> this thread.  We’d like to ensure we’re covering as much as possible
> as this rolls out.
> josh


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