[maemo-community] Changes in bugs.maemo.org

From: robert bauer nybauer at gmail.com
Date: Thu Dec 15 02:09:40 EET 2011
Hi Andre,

Thanks for posting to the ML and I think you're going in the right
direction here.  But let's leave room for the community to discuss this a
bit if it wishes.

First, my opinion is that the criterion should be whether Nokia wishes to
support rather than actively develop Maemo.  After all, we just had a
security update that fixed a reported bug.  I agree that we shouldn't take
new bugs against "Official" Maemo SW if Nokia plans to take no action on
them.  But instead of concluding that it "seems" like Nokia is not
interested, why shouldn't we just ask them?

I understand your message as indicating Bugzilla will remain for CSSU and
for any other ongoing community project that requests it.


On Wed, Dec 14, 2011 at 8:23 AM, Andre Klapper <aklapper at openismus.com>wrote:

> Yo!
> By the end of this year, I plan to close all those products in
> bugs.maemo.org for new bug entry that are in the classifications
> "Official Maemo applications" and "Official Maemo platform" as it seems
> that Nokia has not been very interested in this lately.
> The bugs.maemo.org frontpage will also reflect this:
> https://bugs.maemo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=12517
> Only thing I am afraid of is that users will report to some random
> (still open) products just to get their reports submitted, however with
> the current low amount of incoming issues that sounds unlikely to become
> a problem. Plus there are always some folks that don't read (we received
> a few MeeGo/N950 reports in bugs.maemo.org though the frontpage clearly
> says where to go for this) but that's life.
> So from 2012 on bugs.maemo.org will exist only for reporting issues
> about the maemo.org website and its related services, plus for Maemo
> Extras (community applications).
> andre
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