[Date Prev][Date Next]   [Thread Prev][Thread Next]   [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index]

Re: Bugzilla filing



On Thu, 2003-09-25 at 10:54, Jef Spaleta wrote:
> Charles Curley wrote:
> > * Do I file on Red Hat's bugzilla or fedora's?
> 
> As of now last i heard
> severn is at redhat's bugzilla.  Fedora.us's bugzilla is just for
> add on packages still being maintained separately by the the people
> working at Fedora.us. The structural support for the move from RHL to
> Fedora isn't all there yet.
> 
> >* Red Hat's Bugzilla "version" field has no entry for severn. Which
> >  version do I file it under?
> Product:
> Red Hat Linux Beta
> 
> Version:
> beta1 if its severn beta 1
> 

Actually it is now:
Product = Fedora Core
Version = test2

> >* Should I use "openoffice" or "installation" in the component field?
> 
> that's a bit tougher...you might want to search through previous bug reports
> of a similar nature and see where they are placed. Even if its not
> clear, its best to report it and if the developer tells you its in the
> wrong place, you can refile it where they suggest.
> 
> I would also suggest that any further questions about the test/beta
> releases that you are going to have should be directed to
> fedora-test-list mailing list. Not that this question is off topic here,
> and the announcement this week was more than enough information to
> dominate the discussion on every possible list like a tidal wave. But
> now that the mental flood waters are receeding and the next test/beta
> iso set is coming out...it would be good to have fedora-test-list become
> focused again on the beta/test discussion..leaving some of the more
> general questions about the non technical beta/test issues of Fedora for
> this list here.
> 
> -jef




[Date Prev][Date Next]   [Thread Prev][Thread Next]   [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index]