Op maandag 25-06-2007 om 10:46 uur [tijdzone +0200], schreef Xavier
2007/6/25, Noriko Mizumoto <noriko(a)redhat.com>:
> Dimitris Glezos wrote:
> > So we've created the bugzilla product for localization, and some of the
> > concern the whole team.
> > We have the choice to have BZ send emails to -trans-list when a new bug is
> > opened. Each team can direct its requests to its own list.
> > The question is, should we have all these report creation sent automatically
> > the list? Such requests would be bugs in languages that don't have their
> > list, bugs of our website and new requests.
> > I vote yes, and if we see that the traffic is too high we can create a
> > list.
> Sounds great, this should help us to understand what is needed and what
> is to happen. Thank you, Dimitris !!
-1. I disagree; I prefer to give the user a complete list of language
teams, so they can choose which one to send the bug report. It would
make sense also as an internal tool for each single team, since each
team could then use it as its own bugzilla without interfering with
Also, I think localization issues should be reported using our own
language on the bugzilla reports, instead of English. Think of users
reporting localization issues: they could report them by using its own
language instead of english, since it would be an issue related to a
given language, not to every language, and it could make it easier for
them. So, I think of bugzilla as an internal tool for every team. Of
course, there could be issues that affect every team, so some issues
should be directed to this list too.
Well yes indeed, and that's exactly the bigger picture. Languages that
have a list, will get bug-reports sent to that list, not this one. It's
just not every language has a list at the moment, and whilst we wait for
that to get done, the bug reports of those languages would come here.
Please take a look at the owners.list and see if your language is
mentioned there + what list it send to, to be sure.
I'm all for bugs on lists: it gets more attention that way, which is
always a good thing.
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