On 2009-07-25T15:18:40, Vincent Untz <vuntz(a)opensuse.org> wrote:
It doesn't have to be a formal review. But
it's really not convenient to
put the information you're requesting in a submitrequest, while it could
be easy to put it in a web form and link the web page from the
submitrequest (or even create the submitrequest automatically from
Special mailing list and refer to the posting in the SR?
But really, bugzilla already provides tracking functionality, which
would make this a bit better integrated.
Even though I think bz sucks for discussion, the tracking would allow
everyone to see who is responsible for the next step etc. Maybe the SR
could automatically create a bugzilla request and assign it to the
submission target's maintainer, and accepting it could create an
automatic update message. (Or maybe the other way around - RESOLVED
FIXED accepts, RESOLVED INVALID etc reject.)
It would immediately make features such as voting, priorities, severity,
reassignment etc available, it would allow us to put dependencies on
other bugs (those which are mentioned in the changelog, for example)
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