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From Pier Fumagalli <p...@betaversion.org>
Subject Re: Use of Bugzilla?
Date Tue, 26 Feb 2002 09:50:46 GMT
"Justin Erenkrantz" <jerenkrantz@ebuilt.com> wrote:

> GNATS (bugs.apache.org), in short, sucks (that's an understatement).
> All I want is a usable web interface to manage our bugs.  I have
> spent way too much time over the last few weeks fighting this
> horrible bug system and trying to clean up the entries.
> 
> So, who among those who would go through the bugs would veto the use
> of bugzilla?  It may be crap, but I believe less so than GNATS.  Pier
> already has bugzilla setup on nagoya, so it should be fairly trivial
> to add an httpd-2.0 project.
> 
> Please don't tell me that bugzilla is insecure - it's already being
> used by the ASF - adding one more project isn't going to introduce
> any new holes.  And, it may just make it so that mere mortals can
> triage the bugs that we need to address before 2.0 GA.
> 
> Try to query via the website based on arrival-date.  You can't.
> GNATS is completely useless.  If we don't use bugzilla, I'd recommend
> just taking down GNATS as it is inherently unmanagable.  Note that
> we have 2,365 OPEN PRs in GNATS right now.  There just isn't a way
> to sort through these with this tool.  -- justin

I'm all +1 on that, I mean, Buzilla sucks but it's better than GNATS, and
regarding security, the whole kit is run in a chrooted environment on a
machine not hosting any critical server (plus it's backed up and yada yada
yada...)...

Adding HTTP/2.0 and APR is trivial...

    Pier


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