Linaro Bug Tags
jamie.bennett at linaro.org
Mon Sep 27 21:28:45 BST 2010
On 27 Sep 2010, at 21:22, Christian Robottom Reis wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 09:10:49PM +0100, Jamie Bennett wrote:
>> The script is at:
>> (beware, its very early days and it isn't the greatest code, tags need
>> to be passed in rather than hard-coded e.t.c)
> Nice job!
> You probably want to have a list of pillars to search through instead of
> just looking through "ubuntu" and "linaro"; I wonder if it makes sense
> for us to have a page where we registar all Linaro-related Launchpad
> projects to ensure we actually know where to look. What do you think?
Sure. The pillar name is passed in when calling the script so could be
any project. Getting a list of these projects is a good idea but will need to
I have another script called from a cron job which just calls
'bug-track ubuntu' and 'bug-track linaro', this of course could be
anything. Currently each project is presented separately on the wiki
page but I could combine that information.
> The other alternative is to change our tag names to be unique -- i.e.
> prefixed with linaro-, so i.e. linaro-igep -- and then get somebody in
> Launchpad to implement searching for tagged bugs across all projects
> I think the first suggestion is probably good enough and depends only on
> you; the only downside is that if you file, say, an Xorg bug with an
> "igep" tag, you probably won't have Xorg listed as a pillar to search
> through. It would probably have an Ubuntu or Linaro bug filed against
> it, though, which is why I think it's not a big problem.
Right and if we suspect that we could get 'interesting' bugs in a project we
could just add it to the list of projects to check.
> Christian Robottom Reis | [+55] 16 9112 6430 | http://launchpad.net/~kiko
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