[Gluster-users] How about replacing old versions in Bugzilla by "deprecated"

Gene Liverman gliverma at westga.edu
Sun Nov 9 20:46:27 UTC 2014

I think it's a good idea.

Gene Liverman
Systems Administrator
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University of West Georgia
gliverma at westga.edu

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On Nov 9, 2014 6:54 AM, "Niels de Vos" <ndevos at redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> we've been working on triaging bugs against unsupported versions. I
> think we would do our community users a favour if we have a "deprecated"
> or "old unsupported" version in Bugzilla. There should be no need for
> users to select old versions that we do not update anymore.
> There are still many bugs that need checking and some form of an update
> in them. Everything bug that is <= 3.3 could be moved to the unsupported
> version to at least get a generic message out.
> http://goo.gl/IA7zaq contains a report of all open bugs/versions. Many
> of the old bugs are feature requests, and just need to be labeled as
> such and moved to the "mainline" version. Others could possibly get
> closed as a duplicate in case there is a fix in the current releases.
> Do you think that this is a good, or bad idea? Please let us know
> before, or during the next Bug Triage meeting on Tuesday 12:00 UTC:
> - https://public.pad.fsfe.org/p/gluster-bug-triage
> Responses by email are welcome, additional visitors that voice their
> opinion during the IRC meeting would be appreciated too.
> Thanks,
> Niels
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