On 10/19/2010 03:29 PM, TK009 wrote:
> I got an email this morning from the Fusion Linux group. In it, the
> group lead suggested this to one of his users -
> "Fusion 14 betais based on Fedora 14 which isn't released yet so there
> could be number of bugs that haven't been fixed yet. I suggest you
> report the bug via fedora bugtracker and just say that you are using
> Fedora 14."
> Do we now support Fusion Linux as well? Is it correct for them to use bugzilla?
Last time I checked our bugzilla only had 2 options RHEL and Fedora so a
soon as you remove "Fedora" ( or RHEL for that matter ) you need to
setup your own bugzilla instance and start dealing with the bits you
ship and contribute resource to the world like the rest and to be honest
I think we should implement some kind of check if possible to verify
that the reporter is actually using either of those two products since
I'm pretty sure our bugzilla and our limited resource ( code fixing
testing triaging etc, ) are being more abused then people realize. ( I'm
amazed that Red Hat has not dealt with this problem already since this
affects their employs directly one way or another.. )
You can just imagine the time and resources spent in vain if maintainer,
triager and testers have used hunting down a bug, trying to duplicated
with the bits we ship only to find out later that the individual is
running Fedora derivative or even another distro with mix of bits and
tweaks we have no idea about...
I for one am not willing to waste my time chasing down Fedora derivative
or other distro's bugs (#588930)
But In the end it's not up to us to decide so this is something that the
board needs to discuss and or the maintainers between themselves how
they feel about this.
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