My FTBFS bugzilla account is in the 'editbugs' group in bugzilla so it
can set the blocked/dependson lists. That may also be necessary to
change them to ASSIGNED. You have to first file the bug as NEW, then
modify it to be ASSIGNED (and set nomail=1 to avoid sending the mail on
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[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Till
Sent: Friday, July 17, 2009 11:33 AM
To: Fedora Infrastructure
Subject: Re: Bugzilla bot account / Fedora mail alias
On Fri July 17 2009, Jon Stanley wrote:
On Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 3:44 AM, Till
> Btw. I just remembered which bot bugzilla account already
> ftbfs - https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/user/view/ftbfs
> There seems to be no mailing list involved, too.
Nah, I don't much care if no one cares to see the mail. ftbfs goes to
/dev/null pretty much (actually to ftbfs(a)domsch.com). I can create
the requested alias, and you can create a bugzilla account with it.
It needs no special permissions to file bugs (which is all it should
Unfortunately I seem to need some special permissions, because I would
like to file the bugs with status "ASSIGNED" and with Keywords
"FutureFeature", because this is what the triage SIG wanted for the old
FEVer bugs. If I try to set the status from "NEW" to "ASSGINED" after
the bug is created, I get an error that the account does not have the
necessary permissions. I also specified both when I created the bug, but
both were silently not set.
The first bug I created is:
So I guess I need a seperate FAS account for this and apply for
fedorabugs or is there some other way to do this? The ftbfs bugzilla
account is capable of changing the status iirc.