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    SubjectRe: Who wants to maintain KR list for stable releases? (was Re: nmi_watchdog=2 regression in 2.6.21)
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    On Mon, 2007-08-27 at 02:45 +0200, Michal Piotrowski wrote:
    > Daniel Walker pisze:
    > [snip]
    > > Have you considered maintaining all the lists in Bugzilla?
    >
    > Yes, I have considered it.
    >
    > Bugzilla sucks when it comes to tracking things. There is
    > a regression field, but there are no difference between
    > 2.6.22 and 2.6.23 regression.
    >
    > Most people are reporting bugs through LKML:
    > - 23 regressions with reference to LKML
    > - 4 regressions with reference to Bugzilla

    The main reason that I commented on this was because of your comment
    below in the release emails,

    Feel free to add new regressions/remove fixed etc.
    http://kernelnewbies.org/known_regressions

    And I was thinking, if these bugz need to transition over the bugzilla
    anyway why not go straight there instead of via kernelnewbies .. People
    would just get bugzilla accounts and open new bugz entry.

    I not trying to force you into something , and ultimately it whatever is
    easier for you.. Which was my main reason for commenting on it.

    > > If you had a
    > > search of open bugs they would just fall of the list as they get
    > > closed..
    >
    > Unfortunately, the world is not perfect.

    I think over time it would work like that , but I'm sure there's lots of
    people who don't care about our bugzilla ..

    Daniel

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