Re: Bug#551386: Per-package link to upstreams bugtracker
Some more feedback, again.
Le lundi 19 octobre 2009 à 11:21 -0700, Don Armstrong a écrit :
> On Mon, 19 Oct 2009, Joachim Breitner wrote:
> > @dons: What are your requirements until you will accept this feature on
> > bugs.d.o, in terms of number of packages or clear consensus on d-devel
> > or such or actual inclusion in the policy?
> Depends on the complexity of me actually getting the information to
> the bts, but assuming that there's:
> 1) a clear consensus on the methodology to make/update the links
> 2) a tab-delineated text file generated somewhere with the source
> package name in the first field, the link to the upstream bts in the
> second, and the wiki page on wiki.debian.org for additional bug
> reporting/triage information in the third
The conf file of bts-link is very close to that IMHO, and is probably
one of the best resources for building this (unless launchpad holds
better data ?) :
> 3) enough source packages implementing #1 for me to actually test it;
> I imagine if we get at least a half dozen packages from different
> maintainers it'll be enough to demonstrate that it's workable.
It seems to me that more than 150 packages are configured in bts-link's
config file... so that makes it more evident maybe that this is already
a pretty common need for Debian, even if it's only implemented inside
bts-lik and not in a more general way.
Just my 2 cents,
> then I'll shove it into my queue to implement.
> Don Armstrong
> 0: the more complexity, the longer it'll take; the actual code change
> to debbugs is relatively trivial.
> 1: probably a good idea to also have a draft for inclusion in
> 2: where this is depends on the method, but probably ftpmaster is the
> ideal place; dunno, though.
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