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Development process and quality assurance

Development process and quality assurance

Posted Sep 5, 2005 3:01 UTC (Mon) by horms (guest, #10312)
In reply to: Development process and quality assurance by error27
Parent article: Kernel Summit 2005: Development process and quality assurance

As someone asked, Debian itself keeps track of kernel bugs in the debian bug tracking system. This is prefered over Bugzilla by many of the Debian developers as it can be manipulated by email - I'm not sure if Bugzilla can do this. In any case you can view the bugs logged against the kernel at:

http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?which=maint&...

And yes, there are a lot of them, which IMHO is evidence that the Debian BTS doesn't quite fit what the Debian Kernel Team is doing. For starters, a lot of those bugs don't apply to the current kernels. We are working on some ideas to fix this.

As for other Debian-based distributions, I believe that Unbuntu have their own Bugzilla. I'm not sure about others.


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