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Re: New help-gnuzilla list + integrating bug-gnuzilla with the GNU Bug T

From: bill-auger
Subject: Re: New help-gnuzilla list + integrating bug-gnuzilla with the GNU Bug Tracker
Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2019 17:25:05 -0500

> Am Mon, 18 Nov 2019 15:44:02 -0500
> schrieb Mark H Weaver <address@hidden>:
> > bill-auger <> wrote:
> >   
> > > if the debbugs system is intended to replace the savannah
> > > bug tracker, maybe the savannah bug tracker should be
> > > disabled    
> > 
> > Even after we close all of the existing open bugs on
> > Savannah, it will still remain an historical record of past
> > bugs.  For that reason, I'm not sure it should be completely
> > disabled.  Ideally, it should remain possible for users to
> > browse and search past bugs indefinitely.
> > 
> > However, it would be good to somehow make it clear to users
> > browsing on Savannah that the Savannah bug tracker for
> > Gnuzilla is of historical interest only, and should not be
> > used to report new bugs or to look for recent bug reports.  

yea that all sounds good - i have not been able to pay much
attention yet; but gnuzilla development looks to be very healthy
now - this is good to see

ive not used any moderation tools on savannah; but i would
expect there is a way to keep the bug tracker public; but to
disable new posts, at least for unprivileged users

the other important thing to mind on savannah is the news
feed - it would be good to post to that occasionally; even if
that is the only webby feature of savannah that gets used -
the planet-gnu website for one, aggregates the feeds of many GNU
and related projects

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