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Re: Independent Fedora bug tracker



On 04/23/2009 12:26 AM, Mike McGrath wrote:
On Thu, 23 Apr 2009, Basil Mohamed Gohar wrote:
Actually, I think the Fedora Infrastructure team, from what I've witnessed, is
more the capable of doing this.  Unless I'm totally clueless (which I may be),
if Fedora Infrastructure undertook running an issue tracking system
themselves, I do not think it would be the most complex system in the whole
project.  I think they handle far more challenging tasks on a day-to-day
basis.


Nothing personal but you're not in a position to make this judgement.
We've not even setup a test version populated with data about the size
that would be required for Fedora so no analysis of what we could or could
not do has been done.

	-Mike
I know that. I'm just a Fedora user. This thread is exploratory, and I'm trying to get this kind of information out there. I didn't mean to speak for the team at all, I just wanted to say I think greater problems have been tackled.

Is Bugzilla so hard to manage, though?  Is the data really that enormous?

Another example that comes to mind, though definitely not apples-to-apples, was the migration from MoinMoin to MediaWiki. Yes, I realize Bugzilla does much more than a wiki does, but I witnessed a lot of the process of that migration, and yes, it's still ongoing, and there was stumbling along the way. But the community really came together on that and helped-out. I also realize that currently, Bugzilla is much more of a core app to both Fedora & Red Hat than the Wiki is or likely ever will be. But the concept of migrating a system is not new to Fedora. The key is how can we leverage the community to help with it.


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