[arch-dev-public] bugtracker vs package cleanup

Dan McGee dpmcgee at gmail.com
Sat May 12 12:34:34 EDT 2007

On 5/12/07, Roman Kyrylych <roman.kyrylych at gmail.com> wrote:
> Because many packages will be moved to Community I'd like to point few
> things regarding our bugtracker:
> 1) there is some amount of open bugreports for packages that are
> moving to Community/Unsupported.
> 2) there will be more packages in Community which means there will be
> larger amount of bugs in them (summarized).
> Maybe it's a time now to create a new project in Flyspray for
> Community packages, and give all TUs permissions to assign/edit/close
> bugs in that project?
> Besides of a bit better tracking of bugs in Community packages this
> will allow to move those open bugreports for Community packages to new
> Flyspray's project.
> Or should Community packages continue to use AUR comments for
> reporting and discussing bugs?
> Opinions?

I've never liked AUR comments as a method of tracking bugs. Using a
bug tracker seems like the right way to do things, and I don't think
it would be too big of a problem to either refine the AUR project that
already exists or start a new one.


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