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notice to bugzilla package owners

All people managing packages in bugzilla please be aware that today's
ABRT test day (see below) may cause that a new bug reports will be 
reported against you package with "[abrt]" keyword in the summary. 
Please don't mind these reports, they should be closed automatically 
after the test day ends. These reports are just tests whether the 
plugin for automatic reporting into Bugzilla works. 


----- "David Pravec" <dpravec redhat com> wrote:

> Hello, friends!
> TestDay for Automated Bug Reporting Tool (ABRT) 
> will be hold at this Thursday, 2009-08-20.
> This tool should help non-power users with bug reporting of crashes.
> Ease of crash/bug reporting and quick response from maintainers 
> based on info from ABRT should make Fedora more stable and thus
> more attractive for users.
> So it looks like this is very important tool and that is
> why we want you to come and help testing.
> What is needed to be able to help: download our ABRT Live TestCD
> or install ABRT on fully updated Rawhide or even Fedora 11.
> We have prepared ABRT TestDay page with all important info:
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2009-08-20_ABRT
> We are looking forward to see you this Thursday!
>  David Pravec and Kamil Paral on behalf of Fedora QA team
> --------------------------------------------------------------
>     Someone asked me once if  I knew the difference
>      between a civilian and a citizen.  I know now.
>       A citizen has the courage to make debugging
>            their personal responsibility. 
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