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SubjectRe: Bugzilla bug tracking database for 2.5 now available.
> Well, it's not 10 billion items, but closer to....60 :-)  And
> the current component list is pretty complete, right?

No it's not.

> We don't
> want to add anything that is not included in the official trees.

What do you mean by that? Bugs or components? And which are the
"offical" trees?

> By the way, have you looked at Red Hat Bugzilla? They have
> several hundreds of components in a single scroll-down list
> (they define a component as a package). Of course, the list is
> alphabetical, so it's not too bad to use it.
> So I think 60+ is definitely a manageable number.

Disagree. That's why we didn't go for a flat list in the first place.


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