JDK-8025128 and How to comment/proceed on issue I have reported ?
Max Rydahl Andersen
manderse at redhat.com
Wed Oct 9 14:59:34 UTC 2013
On Wed, Oct 09, 2013 at 02:10:26PM +0200, Dalibor Topic wrote:
>On 10/9/13 1:00 PM, Max Rydahl Andersen wrote:
>> When I open a bug against linux kernel I'm not sent to one bug system,
>> which then creates a new bug for me in a second system without letting me know how to get there + making it impossible to comment on that.
>I think that is pretty much what happens when you file a bug against the kernel
>in a Linux distribution's bug system, and the conversation gets moved into the
1) I can actually follow the original bug in linux distribution bug system - it doesn't dissappear
2) a link is normally posted on the original bug to point to the upstream...where I can normally go
in openjkd case, there is no access to #1 and #2 is not possible/allowed since jira is not possible
to comment on :)
>Reading the different distributions different instructions on filing kernel bugs 
>can be quite enlightening on how 'closed' real-world open source development on large
>projects can be in practice to newcomers. That's why conversations are important. ;)
>> I suggested that to be the issues reported via the website is possible to comment/follow
>> without having to go through the ordeal that is required now.
>That is a fine suggestion. Do you think a partial map of Component/Release/etc. items to one of
>http://mail.openjdk.java.net/mailman/listinfo would be a fair start?
Something like that would be a start for sure.
> File it in our distribution bug tracker. File it in the upstream kernel bug tracker. Post it to one
>of those kernel vger lists, and you'll hopefully know which one. Send it to the maintainer directly.
>Following this format. Or that. Do this. Do something else. Wait. Try again. Repeat as often
>as you need. Or like. ;)
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