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Re: Fwd: closing out old bugs of unmaintained releases



On Tue, Jan 08, 2008 at 05:15:57PM -0500, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> John Poelstra (poelstra redhat com) said: 
> > Most seemed to be in agreement that going forward, at the GA of each new 
> > release, the version of all existing rawhide bugs would be mass changed to 
> > the GA version.  For example, for the upcoming release, open rawhide bugs 
> > at the time of GA we would changed to Fedora 9.  This would have a few 
> > benefits as we go forward for each release:
> >   1) encourage the closing of rawhide bugs that qualify
> >   2) anchor the remaining rawhide bugs to the closest GA release so there 
> > is a marker in the future as to when they were reported.
> 
> Hm, this runs afoul of things like hosted projects that use Fedora bugzilla
> as essentially an upstream bug tracker.

Shouldn't they be using a 'Fedora hosted' product, rather than the
main 'Fedora' product (albeit with possibly the same 'component' value)

Dan.
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