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From "Dennis E. Hamilton" <>
Subject RE: [DISCUSS] Announcing Apache ooo Bugzilla on Lists
Date Tue, 06 Sep 2011 19:29:34 GMT
It's not just about fixing links.  There is extensive text and a hierarchy of pages one can
wander through before getting to the wrong Bugzilla for now.  This could usefully be done
to the current instance, if someone has the karma and willingness to do it.

Just saying this is not entirely a mechanical task.  Also, it is something we could use help
with from over there that would then be mostly settled when we bring hosting of the site onto
Apache infrastructure.

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Fisher [] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 06, 2011 11:00
Subject: Re: [DISCUSS] Announcing Apache ooo Bugzilla on Lists

On Sep 5, 2011, at 12:07 PM, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:

[ ... ] 
> PLEASE: Is there someone HERE who can change the message on the Bugzilla
to something like "This instance of Bugzilla is now Read-Only!!  The current Bugzilla is now
at the Apache OOo Project,

+1 ->

Note the change in protocol.

> ALSO: I think we need to refine the notice that now shows up on every view into
so that arrivals by deep linking know where they are (I.e., at the Apache OOo Bugzilla, not
the "live" one.  They are not necessarily going to know why that is important :).  Also, a
password is not required simply to access the Bugzilla, it is required to submit and modify
> THEN We need to consider how to redirect.  If we redirect,
there is other information that will be lost (such as what is now on that front page and all
of the information on other pages that leads to that and other pages).
> QUESTION: Is there anyone HERE who knows how to do that successfully THERE without breaking
something else?  Ideally, it would look like the Apache Bugzilla is now simply sitting in
place of the original one.  But we need to be able to revert if we mess it
up.  And we will need to do considerable housekeeping to keep visitors from being confused
or giving up on what appears to be a mess.
> I assume that updating Forum pages is easy.  I am concerned about the web pages of the
site that are all about Bugzilla.

For the website I have a sed script that is intended to be used to change urls - ooo/site/trunk/tools/urlrewrite.sed

It currently only goes as far as remapping urls for the projects as sub-folders
of the podling site. A similar script would be used when we decide how and how much goes to
an Apache hosted

So, I am adding "s/http:\/\/\/bugzilla/https:\/\/\/ooo/g"


> - Dennis
> -----Original Message-----
> From: FR web forum [] 
> Sent: Monday, September 05, 2011 11:14
> To:
> Subject: Re: [DISCUSS] Announcing Apache ooo Bugzilla on Lists
>> On the English and Spanish forums (I cannot talk for the others) the
>> "how to report bugs and suggestions" tutorials are updated with the
>> new bugzilla address. 
> Ditto for French forum :-)
> But as I said before. We have many posts with links tagged Issue that point to the old
> So an automatic redirection will be nice.

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