On 04/22/2009 01:13 PM, Jesse Keating wrote:
I've seen the idea floated around about Fedora Project having it's own bug tracking setup before. I know that's a monumental task, but FP has done others and the change was worth it.On Wed, 2009-04-22 at 06:38 +0200, Ralf Corsepius wrote:If you're serious about your signature, RH NDAs have to be considered irrelevant for Fedora.They are, however there is more going on at bugzilla.redhat.com than Fedora.
For example, the original creation of Fedora Project was a great task, and I'm sure naysayers would have said it would have been impossible or unwise. Likewise, the unification of Core & Extras was also rather large, and netted great results.
Fedora-specific bugs in Red Hat's bugzilla are already separated out by categorization, so it's theoretically possible to pull them all out into their own instance. Yes, there will be growing pains during the transition, but I think it fits very well with the ideals of Fedora. It's one of the last major tie-ins explicitly to Red Hat-specific infrastructure (another I can think of are the mailing lists, but even some of those are now under fedora* domains).