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Date: 2003-12-09 (04:31)
From: Aleksey Nogin <nogin@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Using Bugzilla for OCaml - will be willing to host or help settingup.
On 08.12.2003 19:49, Blair Zajac wrote:

> However, some questions that I think may be relavent this being
> used as a core Ocaml development tool.
> How many people would manage this system?
> Would it be just you?
> What happens if you get tired of managing the bugzilla system?

Good news:
The server in question is the main CVS/Bugzilla server for the Cornell 
University CS department ( is just a 
shortcut that redirects to 
that I've set up a few years ago. It is currently administered by 3 
people (me, a Cornell grad student and a Cornell CS department computing 
facilities staff member) with at least 2 more having root access, but 
not participating in day-to-day maintenance. As far as I understand, the 
department is pretty much committed to maintaining the server as long as 
it is needed by people at Cornell.

Bad news:
So far I do _not_ know whether Cornell would be willing to commit to 
maintaining the OCaml side of Bugzilla, but if there is serious interest 
from the OCaml team in doing this transition, I will do my best to find 
out (I would imagine it would require finding a faculty member at 
Cornell willing to "sponsor" the project; hopefully this would not be 
too hard).

Aleksey Nogin

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