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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] openSUSE Build Service Trust concept
  • From: Marko Jung <mjung@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2008 15:51:36 +0200
  • Message-id: <487B59E8.20404@xxxxxxx>
Hi Christian,

thank you for your feedback.

Christian Boltz wrote:
on Montag, 7. Juli 2008, Marko Jung wrote:
In addition to this, all metrics which would enable performance measurement of Novell employees should be disabled by default as soon as the employee flag is set for an account.

Please use the same defaults for everybody. If you think something should be disabled by default for Novell employees, there's a great chance community packagers also don't want to have it ;-)
(Yes, you'll probably miss some data because of this. But you'll also miss several complaints about not respecting privacy.)

I aggree.

I strongly recommend to integrate a possibility to assign a bug to a package, like all other major distributions do in Novell's Bugzilla.

Agreed - a strong connection to bugzilla would be very helpful. [...]
My proposal:
- create a product "build service packages" on
(optional: split home:* to a separate product)
- automatically create a component for each project in the build service, with the configured bugowner as default assignee and QA contact
- let the "report a bug" link preselect the component (aka project) and
pre-populate the description with package name and version
- if a package has a different bugowner than the project, I propose to set the assignee to the package bug owner and QA to the project bug owner
- oh, and please make sure the bugzilla team finally fixes bug 374374
(non-public, short summary: user lookup is disabled for community members :-( )

I also would like to see this, but because my project has a tight schedule, I could not wait until this gets implemented. The mechanism you describe is quite similar to the way Fedora bugs are tracked in RedHat's Bugzilla.

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