On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 6:43 AM, Nate Graham <pointedst...@zoho.com> wrote: > > > ---- On Mon, 09 Apr 2018 11:35:49 -0700 Elvis > Angelaccio<elvis.angelac...@kde.org> wrote ---- > > Yes. > > > > Note that this is not kio-specific: every library in kdelibs that used to > > have its own bugzilla product should be "merged" with the new > > frameworks-xxx product (actual bugs still open should be moved, everything > > else should be closed). As you can guess, it requires a lot of work. > > Right, I was just bringing up KIO because it's a pretty high-profile example. > > > > >and then eventually remove kio and kfile? > > > > What about old bugs? They should still belong to those products because > > that's where the bug used to be. So we cannot just delete them. > > Old bugs should be triaged and closed or moved. I've already started doing > that. Can we at least hide the old products from view once they're empty?
We can hide old products yes. I did this for a KMyMoney product which was no longer in use following their shift from KDE 4 to KF5. > > Who has permission to create new components and mark existing products as not > accepting new bugs? I'd like to gain those permissions myself, given my bug > triaging activities (I'm #2 in closed bugs over the past 365 days: > https://bugs.kde.org/weekly-bug-summary.cgi?tops=20&days=365). Like many things, this is held by Sysadmin. > > Nate > Cheers, Ben