Fedora (again) forces me to disable SELinux
markg85 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 16:27:21 UTC 2008
2008/4/7, Andrew Farris <lordmorgul at gmail.com>:
> Mark wrote:
> > Now just to group it together.
> > Just to report issues you have to do (one/multiple or all):
> > - send a message to the test list
> > - send a message to the selinux-list
> > - file a bugzilla
> > And for that you need to subscribe to those lists or register to on
> > bugzilla. The later one isn't a issue because i already have a account
> > on bugzilla but the subscribing part is.. just getting more junk in my
> > gmail! And why do you guys make a list for everything.. you can overdo
> > it and this smells like overdoing it.
> You don't have to be receiving the emails, you can disable delivery but
> still be subscribed to send. Having subscription is important for helping
> to curb spam issues, and it lends some credibility as well.
> You don't have to report to all 3 places, bugzilla is preferred and you
> could just do that only.
> > Also you see that there are 3 ways in reporting a bug. all 3 require
> > the user to put work in it to even start reporting the bug. If you
> > want more bugs to get filled than get rid of those subscription and
> > registration demands! Make a bug database for that selinux stuff.. add
> > a "report bug" button in selinux where the notices appear.. just do
> > something to get the users so far to submit more of those
> > notices/warning/whatever
> Could be useful for testing, but someone would need to develop the web
> application that can accept those reports.
IF it's allowed to be written in PHP than i could do it for you.
tell me what you need (functions) and how it's gonna be delivered (the
report) and i can make it.
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