I intend to disable the `fedora_requires_release_note` flag in
Bugzilla. These days, the Release Notes are mostly built via issues
against the Release Notes repo on Pagure. Removing unused flags
simplifies the BZ experience for users and prevents the Docs team from
having to look in multiple places. pbokoc said it's okay, but I wanted
to run it by a wider audience just in case.
I see one open bug with the flag granted and none with it requested.
Five bugs closed in 2020 had the flag granted. One of those was a test
bug and two were for Change tracking bugs, which get Release Notes
issues as part of the process.
I will disable the flag on Friday 16 April unless there's a good
reason to keep it.
He / Him / His
Senior Program Manager, Fedora & CentOS Stream
Someone referenced a document from here on AskFedora:
I've not seen these before, and they don't seem to have the same content
as the quick-docs do either. Are they meant to be used (and are they
maintained by the community: last updated 2018)?
If not, we should look at disabling these so that users don't end up
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