On Sun, Oct 19, 2008 at 08:47:15AM -0500, Jeremy Olexa wrote: > Robin H. Johnson wrote: >> Notes: >> ------ >> 1. For handling <herd>no-herd</herd>, we should add an entry into >> herds.xml to >> catch it (maintainer-needed <at> g.o). Every herd listed in an ebuild >> MUST be in >> herds.xml. > As rbu pointed out, this is slightly incorrect. Most of my ebuilds contain > no-herd. ;) As do others. Ok, I realize that I missed a case here, that was mentioned in the very first proposal.
>> 2. Herds that do not wish to be contacted for specific bugs should add an >> maintainer element stating that (and use 'ignoreauto' on the element). >> This case however should be very rare, as the package probably doesn't >> belong in the herd if the herd doesn't care about it. >> 3. If you want the default assignment to go to a maintainer, and NOT the >> herd, move the <herd> element further down in the metadata.xml! > AFAIK, "default" now it is assign to maintainer and cc herd and nearly > always herd is higher up in the file. So, [nearly] all ebuilds will have to > change metadata.xml How about the following variation to rules: 3. If the herd is "no-herd" AND the metadata contains another herd or maintainer element, drop the "no-herd" entry from computation. I'll answer about the default in the other thread. > OT, Do the changes to the bugzie interface block bugzilla 3 migration? Unknown, but I would suspect not. -- Robin Hugh Johnson Gentoo Linux Developer & Infra Guy E-Mail : [EMAIL PROTECTED] GnuPG FP : 11AC BA4F 4778 E3F6 E4ED F38E B27B 944E 3488 4E85
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