on Mittwoch, 12. Dezember 2007, Adrian Schröter wrote:
On Wednesday 12 December 2007 15:22:29 wrote Dominique
[...] I think it would be good to have a Report
Bug link also on
the software.o.o/search interface. Is more likely that an end user
get's a packet from there.
we do not want to expose the email adress to the public to avoid
spam. So only logged-in users shall see it. software.o.o has not yet
an authentification mechanism, this comes later and than we can also
a bugreport link there.
There was a discussion some time ago to have a small redirector script
which takes the iChain username as parameter and
redirects to enter_bug.cgi with the mail address as parameter.
(No need to hack bugzilla, just a standalone script that enforces login,
queries iChain for the mail address and does a redirect to
enter_bug.cgi pre-populated with the assignee etc.)
An advantage would be that the login would happen on *.novell.com,
avoiding the need to login two times (on build/software.o.o and
Another advantage: The buildservice could include the "report bug" URL
in the packages (Example: "Packager:
Is this possible?
However, we wanted to create a link from software.o.o
to build.o.o to
allow bugreporting via one more indirection for now.
Yes, it's a good start.
Some minor issues:
The project page is inconsistent regarding linebreak. home:cboltz now
looks like this:
[Watch this project]
[Delete Project] [Report Bug]
-> please decide if you want all links in one line (like on the package
page) or add another line break between the last two links
Can the bugreport be pre-populated with the project and package name?
For example, add something like this to the "report bug" link:
(maybe this should even go into the summary - opinions?)
Wieso ich, ich
habe 1,5 Mbit anbindung, ständig.
Du? Oder dein Rechner? :-)
Was meinst du
wie ich nach 1,500,000 Bit aussehe, glaubst du,
dann könnte ich noch schreiben, geschweige denn programmieren?
[> Ratti und Gerald Goebel in fontlinge-devel]
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