Request for comments: New Bugzilla-based contribution process
Dmitri.Trembovetski at Sun.COM
Fri Feb 20 18:10:39 UTC 2009
Volker Simonis wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> I'm really happy that the Bugzilla is finally up and running. There is
> however one point, which hasn't been addressed until now. It is
> already hard to find all the information which belongs to a bug or
> changeset. The easy way is from changeset to bug, but the other way
> round, from Bug to changeset is already harder, because not every bug
> links to the corresponding changeset. Not to mention the webrevs and
> the discussions about the webrevs which happened on the mailing list
> (see  for a previous discussion on this topic).
> Now we get just two more system, the Bugzilla bug tracker and the
> Community Code Review site . While this is good thing in general,
> how can we ensure that not only the bugzilla entry links to the Sun
> bug via the "sunbug" entry, but also the Sun bug links back to the
> corresponding Bugzilla entry. And how can we ensure to have a link
> from the changelist and/or from the bug to the codereview? The
There could be a check-in hook which would update corresponding
Bugzilla entry (and Sun internal bug id) with the changeset id and url.
> Bugzilla instance offers the great opportunity that discussions about
> a webrev can take place in the open, inside Bugzilla and are preserved
> there together with the bug. On the other hand, this hides the
> discussions about webrevs from the lists. I don't know Bugzilla, but
> perhaps it is possible to forward all changes of bugs from a certain
> category(e.g. hotspot), to the corresponding mailing list?
> What are your opinions about how we can get a consistent view of all
> the information belonging to a bug?
>  http://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/hotspot-dev/2008-October/000756.html
>  http://cr.openjdk.java.net/
> On 2/19/09, Mark Reinhold <mr at sun.com> wrote:
>> Now that we have Bugzilla up and running  (thanks, Brad!), it's time
>> to revise the existing e-mail-based patch-contribution process .
>> I've posted a first draft  on our shiny new code-review server
>> (thanks, Tim!). Comments welcome.
>> - Mark
>>  http://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/announce/2009-February/000069.html
>>  http://openjdk.java.net/contribute/
>>  http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~mr/new-contrib.html
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