Re: Reduced Bugzilla functionality for 6+ months -- acceptable?

On Thu, Dec 04, 2008 at 11:17:14AM -0500, Tristan Van Berkom wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 11:00 AM, Olav Vitters <olav bkor dhs org> wrote:
> > The GNOME Bugzilla is still using 2.20. Current stable upstream is at
> > 3.2. The stable version has several benefits, but overall:
> >  * no crappy table locking, while still allowing full text indexing
> >   (table locking causes many performance problems)
> GNOME bugzilla takes a heavy load on its shoulders, and is often slow,
> I imagine reduced or eliminated locking of DB tables will improve that
> significantly,
> enough to sell me on the whole thing.
> Do we lose patch review status info temporarily with the attachment table
> layout modifications ? or is that just a cosmetic/usability issue ?

Normally you first click 'Edit' or 'Details' in the table with the
patches to change the status. On GNOME bugzilla you can do that from
show_bug.cgi which IMO is 10x better UI.
I understood it as:
 * initially: change status in e.g.
 * eventually: show_bug.cgi (great) or attachment.cgi (sucks)

I'll try and verify, but it wouldn't be acceptable to have a Bz without
a patch status.

> Granted we have everything we need to work and are only
> temporarily discomforted, you deffinitly have +1 from me.


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