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SubjectRe: New project: web app
On 02/09/2018 01:21 PM, Joe Perches wrote:
> On Fri, 2018-02-09 at 13:07 -0800, Laura Abbott wrote:
>> Hi,
>> has been the standard script for figuring out where to
>> send patches or bug reports. It has the disadvantage of requiring a kernel
>> tree to actually run though, which makes it harder for bug reports to
>> came in. I've started working on a small project to expose
>> as a web app. This would let users enter information from a patch or crash
>> and call out to The current project just lets users
>> enter in a file path and it displays the output as is. There's lots of options
>> for what we could do with the output (omitting e-mails for those maintainers
>> who don't want to participate, printing out more helpful warnings etc.)
>> The project is at and is not even close
>> to ready for primetime (passing data to almost certainly
>> needs more thought). I'm mostly interested if anyone else would find this
>> useful or has general feedback.
> Is there a website already setup too?

Not yet. You have to run the app locally.

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