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action #571

make sure all opensuse bug reports are public

Added by lnussel almost 7 years ago. Updated over 5 years ago.

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Description

opensuse package changelogs must not refer to private bug reports as the reviewers may not be able to read them then. add a script for the factory-auto bot that rejects submissions that refer to private bug reports

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#1 Updated by lnussel over 6 years ago

  • Assignee set to scarabeus_iv
  • Start date deleted (2013-06-26)

#3 Updated by scarabeus_iv over 6 years ago

As most reviewers are employees would it not be better to just flag the bnc links as employee requiring and just expect review from somebody who actually can see the bugs.
Rather than just stripping the bug information?

#4 Updated by scarabeus_iv over 6 years ago

Other option is to provide bugzilla privileges to the review team members.

#5 Updated by lnussel over 6 years ago

I didn't say strip the bug information. I'd demand the bugs to be public.

#6 Updated by scarabeus_iv over 6 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Feedback
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

https://github.com/coolo/factory-auto/pull/46

Seems to be done. Now up for coolo to merge and we can enable it on the packagelists machine.

#7 Updated by kukuk over 6 years ago

lnussel wrote:

I didn't say strip the bug information. I'd demand the bugs to be public.

Since it is not possible to make the bugs open to public in most cases, it will boil down to either that fixes will no longer be submitted to openSUSE (bad for openSUSE) or that the bnc numbers will be stripped out (even not good for openSUSE).
So please think at first about the consequences before requesting to make all bugs public.

#8 Updated by yecril71pl over 6 years ago

kukuk wrote:

Since it is not possible to make the bugs open to public in most cases, it will boil down to either that fixes will no longer be submitted to openSUSE (bad for openSUSE) or that the bnc numbers will be stripped out (even not good for openSUSE).

Not necessarily. Anybody able to spell \/|/\6R/\ can avoid detection without stripping the bug number. But even if not, this protection is void anyway, since anybody can open a public bug that contains some general information that can be exposed and depends on the private bug.
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#9 Updated by lnussel over 5 years ago

  • Status changed from Feedback to Closed

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