Description of problem:
i am missing bugzilla itself in fedora.
with all the different hardware/os/applications/users/admins/... in
our environment @ work
and my environment @home
bugzilla could be a solution to keep the overview of the problems and
i hope that you can understand what i mean with buggy users and buggy
in short words:
it would be nice if bugzilla itself would be in future releases
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. search bugzilla itself in fedora
should be in fedora
I assume the license is not a problem, since Mozilla has the same
license. (I'm not an expert on licenses.)
You chose component "httpd". Isn't "distribution" the general
component for requesting additional software to be included in fc1? If
that is correct, then I suggest you change the component to
Do you prefer the original bugzilla version, using mysql, or the
version modified by redhat to use postgresql?
http -> distribution by firstname.lastname@example.org
redhat-version with additional support for mysql,
but i bet that redhat prefers for several reasons (eg. license) psql.
Bugzilla really does sound like an 'Extras' sort of package, not part
of the core os.
For who's wondering what Red Hat means by "Extras":
I think there is more to package than just Bugzilla itself. Some
needed packages are already in Core, like perl-DBD-MySQL (or
perl-DBD-Pg) and perl-DBI. Should all the other packages go in Extras,
or should some of them go in Core? Maybe some of these packages are
already packaged elsewhere, and can easily be moved/copied to Extras
*** Bug 128959 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I personally can't see a real need for a bugzilla package in Fedora
Core/Extras/... but I'm curious what's going on, now...
Closing as WONTFIX for now, on the supposition that it's better for