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Re: [eclipse.org-committers] How do I get modification privileges to Bugzilla
- From: "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2008 15:32:45 +0200
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Thanks a lot for the information.
A colleague of mine whom I shared news about your newly created project told me about an interesting tool he occasionally contributes to in the field of "Function Point" analysis.
I did read about this here and there on your web site or proposals for either ORMF or the one you had around for a little while.
Do you believe this is of interest for you?
If so I might try to get you in touch with them or at least get some further information about their product if you attend ESE?
I'm speaker at ESE and Language Champion for the Babel project.
The i18n points you mentioned are nice for a normal Java standalone app, but as you probably have heard already, most Eclipse projects part of "eclipse.org" are supposed to use the Babel standard process for language ralated messages and strings. Thus on a long term able to share standard messages like "File" or "Open" to avoid hundreds of man hours just to translate those for each and every project again ;-)
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> Datum: Mon, 13 Oct 2008 14:18:56 +0100
> Von: Joel Rosi-Schwartz <Joel.Rosi-Schwartz@xxxxxxxxx>
> An: eclipse.org-committers@xxxxxxxxxxx
> CC: Barbara Rosi-Schwartz <Barbara.Rosi-Schwartz@xxxxxxxxx>
> Betreff: [eclipse.org-committers] How do I get modification privileges to Bugzilla
> [Apologies for posting this here, but I have not been able to
> successfully send a message to technology-pmc-request@xxxxxxxxxxx]
> I am a PL on the ORMF project. This Webmaster FAQ " I need to add/
> remove.change a version/milestone/component in Bugzilla. How do I do
> this?" indicates that I should have the ability to manage the ORMF
> Bugzilla but when attempt to access the link, I get the following
> Bugzilla Self Management
> As a Project Lead or PMC member you can grant access to committers to
> edit bugzilla components,versions and milestones for your project(s)
> It looks like you don't have access to edit any bugzilla components.
> Talk to the PL or PMC of your project(s)
> Can you please advise on how I go about rectifying this.
> While I have you, I have another Bugzilla related question that
> possibly you can advise. I want to put project infrastructure type
> tasks into Bugzilla, f.i. "Set up automate build system", "Evaluate
> modelling tools", etc.. I was considering adding a "Project
> Infrastructure" component to Bugzilla, but I wonder how other projects
> handle this. Any ideas?
> All the best,
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