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Old 05-04-2008, 04:14 PM
"Jon Stanley"
Default More Bugzilla maintenance coming soon to an installation near you!

As mentioned previously in various announcements about the Bugzilla
actions that are being undertaken, we will begin phase 2 shortly.
Instructions on how to opt-out of these changes are below, as well as
links to wiki pages that contain precise information on when the
actions will begin, what actions are to be taken, and the queries used
to select bugs to act upon.

1) Close all bugs INSUFFICIENT_DATA that are still in NEEDINFO from
the "stale rawhide" cleanup
Precautions are being taken to ensure that bugs had activity, however
were never taken out of NEEDINFO from the last round of actions are
not touched.

OPT-OUT: Changing the status to any other than NEEDINFO.will avoid
having the bugs touched,

2) Close all bugs in ANY state that are filed against an EOL version

OPT-OUT: Changing the version to '8' or 'rawhide' will avoid us
making any changes to this bug.

Note that the following two actions are part of the BugZappers release
SOP, and are being undertaken independently of the activities above
(and will take place for every subsequent release to ensure that
Bugzilla remains in good working order and useful to all parties):

3) Rebase all rawhide bugs (except for those that are Package Reviews
or RFE's) to Fedora 9. Note that Bugzilla notification mail will be
suppressed for this change - i.e. no one will receive mail that this
has occurred except for this one. This is in direct response to
community feedback that we were spamming them with unnecessary
notifications. (http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/BugZappers/HouseKeeping/Fedora9#frebase)

OPT-OUT: If this is an RFE, then add the FutureFeature keyword to the
bug, and no action will be taken on it.

4) Post a warning about the impending end-of-life of Fedora 7 in all
bugs filed against F7
Paul Frields recently mentioned this, this comment will merely act as
a reminder and final warning of this fact - nothing is changing. 30
days from the date of this running, all remaining bugs that are opened
against Fedora 7 will be CLOSED WONTFIX.

No opt-out really applies to this, however, if the bug still applies
to a later release, feel free to change the version to the later
release and the comment will not be changed

If you have many bugs to change as a result of these procedures, feel
free to drop by #fedora-qa and we will guide you through changing them
all at once.

Also note that we have conducted a thorough post-mortem investigation
of all the spam that was generated last time, and have identified and
repaired the problem. There will be only one notification per bug
this time around .

Rest assured the BugZappers are are not doing this on their own and
this process has been carefully reviewed by the leadership of the
Fedora community. If you believe this process should be changed, like
all things in Fedora, feel free to propose patches to the existing
process or create a new proposal which can be evaluated and discussed
for the Fedora 10 release cycle.

For the BugZappers,

Jon Stanley
Fedora Bug Wrangler

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