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On Sun, Mar 06, 2011 at 05:31:43PM +0100, Christian Ruppert wrote:
> Our bugstest setup is now public and can be found at  or .
> If  doesn't work use  because the DNS changes I made may take some
> hours to reach everybody.
Nice work :) Thanks for taking care of this.
> Some notes:
> 1. SSL is enabled by default now, so it's forced. Unfortunately the
> option to force SSL *only* for logged in user is no longer available in
> Bugzilla-4.x. It has been added in early 3.x AFAIR and later replaced by
> forcing SSL at all or not.
> If *anybody* can't use SSL for any reason please yell so that we can
> decide if we leave it as it is (plain + encrypted) or not.
> *Bugmails are disabled*. All accounts (The DB is a few weeks old) from
> bugs.g.o should work on bugstest as well. If you're new, your account
> doesn't exist already and you're really interested in testing the new
> Bugzilla then please poke me either by mail or IRC (#gentoo-bugs,
> #gentoo-infra or #gentoo-dev).
> There are *no* attachments currently to speed up the conversions.
Can we have support for multiple attachments in a single upload?
> All custom/Gentoo patches will be available *later* in a git repo.
> So if you'd like to fix something or improve the theme you can
> contribute patches.
Great, I'd like to tweak the CSS a bit.
> Thanks to Alex Legler (a3li) for the Bugzilla theme.
> Also you need to decide which icon we should use.
> The current one or this one. The first one also looks good with
> other themes than the "Gentoo" theme.
I like the second one a bit more, but both are fine. I've made a
slightly better version of the one with the white background .
> I'll try to migrate our current bugzilla-2.x as soon as possible to 4.x
> as everything should work and as I have more "free" time than usual
> right now.
> It is *possible* that we migrate even tomorrow. I know it's a bit fast
> but ...
> That should be all for the moment.
Keep up the good work :)
Alex Alexander | wired
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