Re: An update on RHEL moving to

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On Fri, Sep 8, 2023 at 9:18 PM Gary Buhrmaster <gary.buhrmaster@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sat, Sep 9, 2023 at 1:05 AM Brendan Conoboy <blc@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> RHEL making this change does not imply or require that Fedora do the same.

I am neither suggesting Fedora should do so, or
not do so, but just as a hypothetical, should Fedora
choose to do so, do you know if RedHat would be
amenable for such use of for
Fedora bug tracking(*).

We would have to do some scoping and planning and such, but overall I believe we would support it.  This is one of those abundance of caution areas where we (Red Hat) want to be especially mindful of project autonomy.  As was mentioned back in March, our Jira instance has been supporting other Red Hat umbrella communities, most notably JBoss, since JBoss joined Red Hat (What was that, 16 years ago?), so there is plenty of precedent.

My concern is that especially for packages that end
up being both in Fedora, and in EPEL (of which I
have a few) there are occasionally tightly related
RHEL issues, and the advantages of having "one
pane of glass" to follow the dependencies has
had some advantages for me personally.

It is nice to have everything in one tool and to have one tool that does the things you need done.

(*) I am not a strong fan of jira, but neither am I
a strong fan of bugzilla.  Both have certain
goodness, and badness, and ugliness.  But
they both mostly work.

Yes, as issue trackers with few functional requirements beyond reliable uptime they both do the job.

Brendan Conoboy / CASE & CPE / Red Hat, Inc.
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