Summary/Minutes from today's FESCo Meeting (2014-10-08)
metherid at gmail.com
Thu Oct 9 02:46:20 UTC 2014
On Wed, Oct 8, 2014 at 10:36 PM, Matthew Miller wrote:
> Well, specifically, we didn't want to use bugzilla. I'm not sure I'm
> speaking for everyone, but I think that's because it's not really the best
> place for minor upstream issues.
Using a wiki to track bugs is obviously not ideal. Any change can be
tracked in bugzilla. We track upstream issues in Fedora bugzilla all the
time. Maintainers can either fix it if they are interested or let a proven
packager do it for them. Don't see how this is much of a burden.
> We also discussed being okay with a plan to use proven packager rights to
> fix the issues, but I'd be concerned with accidentally introducing new
> so I'd like that to be a team of people who really care about this and will
> double-check each others' work. If there _are_ a team of such people, then
> don't think we'll get in the way.
Fair enough. So I guess the question is, is anyone else interested? If
so, please speak up and let me know here or offlist. If OTOH, noone else
is, that by itself would suggest this isn't a idea worth pursuing and I
will drop it. Thanks!
> I think it's worth... not really getting in the way of, but it seems pretty
> clear that we don't want an effort to do that to impose any additional cost
> on packagers. There are plenty of other things to worry about.
There always is.
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