Re: Promoting greater integration between developers/writers/I18N:) [and testers!:)]

Sun, Jun 29, 2003 at 03:52:02AM +1000, Jeff Waugh escribió:

>Two reasons:
>  - Distros like getting their own bug reports, so either they'd have to
>    rewire bug-buddy to report bugs to their system (which is probably a
>    good idea, but the only distributor who has done any of that work is
>    Ximian), or turn off all GNOME Project bug reporting entirely

	Well, I asked Owen about if redhat would be interested in
getting bug reports of their .desktop apps directly from bug-buddy (it 
would be easy, just provide products xml file and put an importer 
similar to the one in at redhat bugzilla). He said
that they were not very interested on that. Principally because crash
bug reports of redhat installed packages are not very useful without
debbuging symbols. I think that Mandrake is now providing *-debug rpm
packages, and if redhat is going also to do, it would be possible to ask
the user to install them.

	Anyway, for non-crash bug reports (l10n bugs, feature request,
etc..) of any distro-application bug-buddy does the job (but we should
change de comment from "Report a bug in GNOME" to "Report a bug in your


Fernando Herrera de las Heras
Onírica: análisis, diseño e implantación de soluciones informáticas

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