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From Joerg Heinicke <joerg.heini...@gmx.de>
Subject bugzilla usage (was: [IMP] Code Freeze)
Date Wed, 11 Feb 2004 18:53:11 GMT
On 11.02.2004 17:14, Tim Larson wrote:

> These are the bugs that are still open against the release:
> 
> 25203 SQLTransformer: duplicate namespace declaration when serializing XML

open

> 26186 Memory Leak caused by cocoon:// protocol

fixed

> 26751 Cocoon gets web-app_2_2.dtd from flres.java.Sun.COM at startup

fixed the external request, fixed the license issue, don't know what has 
to be done, nothing release blocking at least

> 26753 [PATCH] Persistent store or cache corruption?

open

The dependency tree as we use it at the moment is not meant blocking, 
but that's an obvious wrong usage of it and bugzilla as it reads "bug 
123 blocks 456". We really should use this only for blocking issues.

Bugzilla provides another function to add "might be good to have it in 
the release": target milestones. We should just add milestones for every 
release and set value for the "might be good ..."-bugs.

WDYT? Where are the bugzilla admins?

Joerg

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