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From: Sven Luther <sven.luther@w...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Using Bugzilla for OCaml - will be willing to host or help setting up.
On Mon, Dec 08, 2003 at 05:57:40PM -0800, Aleksey Nogin wrote:
> About a year ago there already was a discussion on using Bugzilla for 
> tracking OCaml issues/patches. In 
> Xavier Leroy wrote
> >>Would there be any way to get Bugzilla installed at Inria?
> >
> >Bugzilla has a reputation of being awfully hard to install.
> If this is indeed the main reason for not using Bugzilla, I would be 
> willing to host OCaml Bugzilla at and/or 
> help with setting up and configuring Bugzilla on another machine, as 
> well as help finding a good way to move the current data over.

Bugzilla is an horror to use, please don't.

In particular it's mail interface is totally unsuitable. It doesn't
allow you to post follow ups per mail, nor does the mails posted to you
by bugzilla seem very usefull to me (having loads of uninformative
header stuff for a line or two of content which will in fact be hidden
one or two screens down, and i browse with a full screen mutt client
with 50 or so lines).


Sven Luther

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