On Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 11:26:21AM -0700, letters.random13 wrote:
I was looking for a quick status/summary of fedora version-specific
platform-specific packaging bugs. the section Tracker Bugs on
"Bug f14-armv5" and "a nice overview of open bugs" but the links
resolve to https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=f14-armv5
bugzilla error message: 'f14-armv5' is not a valid bug number nor an alias
to a bug.
are these obsoleted by the ARMTracker (which does not appear to be fedora
version-specific, and also shows on bugzilla as Platform: arm9 Linux)?
or maybe now replaced by the new "ARM F-14 Branched report: 20110816
changes" (implicit armv5) emails?
Yeah, I think all the bugs have been moved from several different
ARM-blockers to the ARMTracker. Each bug should mention the Fedora
release itself. I don't think that there is a arm5 architecture in
Bugzilla, so the architecture is likely arm<something> in most of the
Note that the ARMTracker itself is just some kind of meta-bug, the
details in that bug are not important. You would only need to check the
bugs that it blocks.
If you have signed the Fedora Contributors Licence Agreement, you should
be able to login on the wiki and update the page with working links.
Instead of the bug#, you can write the name of the alias (in this case
ARMTracker) to make the URLs more readable.