mark at klomp.org
Thu Jun 14 05:06:14 PDT 2007
On Thu, 2007-06-14 at 12:56 +0100, Andrew Haley wrote:
> > Fair points. But it would be bad not to push any bugs towards the
> > openjdk/classpath bug databases, because they obviously also would
> > like to have a full overview of all known issues.
> I have no problem with that, of course. We can do that in a high-tech
> way or a low-tech way. The low-tech way is simply to insert a URL
> that points to the Classpath / OpenJDK bug. That would be OK,
> wouldn't it?
Yes, that would work for a start. Every bug has an URL field now (just
above the Summary), which is currently empty for all bugs.
> > For now I am seeing http://icedtea.classpath.org/bugzilla a bit as a
> > "build one to throw one away" project that we can use to see what an
> > ideal bug tracking solution would be for all the projects involved in
> > the long term.
> That makes sense. I hope that we'll be able to use the IcedTea
> bugzilla as a way to ensure that people working on IcedTea don't waste
> time on duplicated effort. So, if every IcedTea "to do" item has an
> associated Bugzilla entry, the person working to fix it claims the
Feel free to create an account and claim any bug!
Anything assigned to bugzilla-at-icedtea.classpath.org
(that is every bug in the database now) is up for grabs! :)
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