Yes, more to the point, updates of the database are not allowed from the scripting interface the foundation has given us. So this wouldn't be possible anyway.
On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 12:20 PM, Elena Laskavaia <elaskavaia@xxxxxxx
It is all great but if we can automated violation reporting I would.
I get that nobody knows about how to make batch requests to bugzilla?
Doug Schaefer wrote:
I'm done. I'm not sure an automated script is necessary. The
rules in the end are pretty simple. It's just a matter of
getting in the habit. Here's what they are:
1) If you apply a patch or derive from it, mark the patch
attachment as iplog+. You need to do an analysis on it anyway to
decide whether to IPzilla it so that should be a trigger to set
2) Assign the bug to yourself. Again, inboxes can't commit code
;). I am using the assignee to figure out who applied the patch.
If a bug has multiple patches applied by different people, then
the last one who applied one should be good enough.
3) Set the target milestone to the next one available. We need
to know what release the patch first appears in.
This is all stuff we should be doing anyway.
On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 4:44 PM, Elena Laskavaia
Does anybody know how to automate policy enforcement in bugzilla?
(Such as iplog flag should be set on contributor patch if pr is
fixed kind of)
Poor Doug setting iplog flags for a week now...
If we can have a script that runs overnight and send us report of
violations it would be a lot better for next time around
(assuming we cleaned it up now it would very small number of
persons would fix that themselves...
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