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From "Archit Baweja" <architbaw...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Importing Tomcat 4-6 bugzilla information to another location for datamining for research
Date Wed, 18 Jun 2008 21:53:20 GMT
Hey Mark,

Thanks a lot for your quick response. I'm aware of the fact that
you're all volunteers (I've been involved with the Gnome project in my
high school days), so I'm aware of how sometimes help can be slow to
come by (priorities ofcourse). I will continue this discussion on
apache infrastructure end now.

Thanks a lot again,
Archit Baweja

On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 2:41 PM, Mark Thomas <markt@apache.org> wrote:
> Archit Baweja wrote:
>>
>> Hey guys,
>>
>> My name is Archit Baweja and I'm currently pursuing a Master's degree
>> @ Drexel University. I'm helping Prof Giuseppe Valetto @ Drexel
>> University with a research project for which we're planning to use the
>> Tomcat project as a case study. For the purposes of the research we
>> will be data mining various developer databases like bugzilla, svn
>> commit history etc.
>>
>> The reason for this mail is to get the contact information of the
>> maintainer of the bugzilla database for the tomcat project. I'm aware
>> of how to access bugzilla for Tomcat 4-6 via the web-interface, but as
>> a first step in our research we were hoping to copy over the bugzilla
>> database for tomcat 4, and tomcat 5 (all the bugs) to a local server
>> for further data mining.
>
> Bugzilla is managed by the Apache Infrastructure Team. They can be reached
> via infrastructure@apache.org
>
> As it happens, I am one of the people that helps manage Bugzilla. I think we
> will be able to help you but please remember we are volunteers with multiple
> demands on our time. It would probably help to understand a little more
> about your research project and what you are trying to achieve.
>
> As I next step, I suggest you take your request to the infrastructure@a.o
>
> Mark
>
>
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