[Libreoffice-qa] How to improve our Bug tracking system
floeff at documentfoundation.org
Wed May 30 08:58:59 PDT 2012
thanks a lot for working on that, Rainer!
I am copying Robert, who also has development experience, plus is one of
our fellow admins, so he combines the best of both worlds. :-)
Last year, I've played with self-hosting BugZilla and it worked like a
charm, but I lack experience on what's needed, so when you have compiled
the list of requirements, ping me, and I can provide a VM with BugZilla
you can use for playing.
Rainer Bielefeld wrote on 2012-05-22 19:36:
> Hi all,
> as a consequence of our QA related discussions at Hackfest April 2012 in
> I now want to start to collect ideas how we can make a big step
> improving our (Bugzilla) Bug tracking system. The goal is that after we
> will have finished work (end 2012?) we will have a system what will work
> without bigger changes at least for the next 5 years for our growing
> contributors community.
> As a tool for that I created
> <https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/How_to_Improve_Bugzilla>, I hope
> that we so can get an overview
> what our needs are and how we can reach the goals.
> Your contribution to complete the contents on that page will be
> Especially for the listed Problems we will need some expert knowledge
> I hope that end of July we will have finished research and a clear
> concept how we can reach most goals with acceptable costs.
> Best regards
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