Blockers via flags?
jkeating at redhat.com
Fri May 21 16:56:30 UTC 2010
On Fri, 2010-05-21 at 01:34 +0200, Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Jesse Keating wrote:
> > A solution, flags!
> Well, we should carefully consider the disadvantages of that change.
Which is why I posted it to the list, for discussion.
> example, one thing we will lose with a flag-based solution is the
> transitiveness of blocking a tracker bug. So we'd lose the KDE, X11, kernel
> etc. trackers or at least not have their dependencies show up in the blocker
> reports. Instead, they'd all have to be nominated as blockers explicitly
> even if they're already on e.g. the KDE tracker. Whether this is a good
> thing or a bad thing needs to be discussed, but this doesn't seem to have
> come up in the discussion so far.
> Kevin Kofler
There is no reason I see that you cannot still use a KDE, X11, Kernel,
et al tracker for issues important to those various subgroups. Issues
within those trackers can individually promoted to full blocker status,
whereas others may remain "would be nice to have" items. Even with the
current tree of blockers, qa/releng/devel still went over the items on
the sub-blockers and reviewed each one for "blocker or not" status.
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