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[I'm not posting this more broadly because it's an implementation
detail, but I wanted to run it by anyone who may be subscribed to this
Right now, the Prioritized Bugs process uses a combination of the
Whiteboard and Keywords fields in Bugzilla. This makes it a little
annoying, and it also leads to problems when development teams also
use the "Triaged" keyword as part of their work flow.
I propose that we change the Prioritized Bugs process to use a new
fedora_prioritized_bug flag in Bugzilla. It would work in a similar
fashion to fedora_review: bugs are nominated by setting the flag to
'?'. Bugs that are accepted will have the flag set to '+'. Bugs that
are rejected will have the flag set to '-'.
This avoids conflicts with other workflows and allows for easier
automation of meeting agendas and status pages.
If there are no objections by next week's Prioritized Bugs meeting, I
will implement the new workflow and update documentation after that
He / Him / His
Fedora Program Manager
Dave Malcolm <dmalcolm(a)redhat.com> has canceled Bug Zapper
<triage(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>'s request for Dave Malcolm
Bug 573050: RFE: add "rpm -qf" data whenever displaying location information in
--- Comment #4 from Dave Malcolm <dmalcolm(a)redhat.com> ---
These days, if I try debugging a process that contains code without debuginfo,
gdb now provides a very useful prompt as to what I need to type to get the
$ gdb ls
GNU gdb (GDB) Fedora 8.3-6.fc30
Reading symbols from ls...
(No debugging symbols found in ls)
Missing separate debuginfos, use: dnf debuginfo-install
This basically fixes the issue I was reporting back in 2010; thanks for
Closing this out as WORKSFORME.