Bugzilla is currently publicly accessible anyway. How would the case
you've mentioned above affect this? What's hidden would remain hidden,
right? Maybe I'm not understanding...
On Wed, 2009-04-22 at 17:16 +0800, Basil Mohamed Gohar 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.
Remember that a plausible case that doesn't involve Red Hat data -
not-yet-public security issues - was subsequently cited. Even if we
split Fedora bugzilla from Red Hat bugzilla, it'll still contain