[libre-riscv-dev] [Bug 285] bugzilla to be made available "offline"

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Tue Apr 14 19:55:41 BST 2020


--- Comment #3 from Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl at lkcl.net> ---
(In reply to Jacob Lifshay from comment #1)
> was going to half jokingly suggest the impractical (and probably insecure)
> measure of putting the bugzilla installation in a public git repo --

sigh it'd involve dumping - then purging - parts of the bugzilla postgresql
dump.  bleh :)

> bugs-everywhere looks much better, though I'd be concerned that we need a
> working, secure, public https interface for those who don't want to install
> bugs-everywhere locally and figure out how to use it.

i'd want it anyway.

> I know bugs-everywhere has a interactive web interface, 

yes.  it's... "functional".

> I just don't know if it properly supports
> adding new users, authentication, etc.

wark-wark :)  not at all.  i believe it's there for "convenience", for
when you're running locally, and want to browse bugs, comment on them etc.
locally then "git push" out to merge with other users.

or this


sigh i kinda promised myself i wouldn't mess about with web frameworks any
more :)  however if my arm was sufficiently twisted i could likely throw
something together that's suitable for public use, maybe even (gosh)
using the bugzilla postgres user/pass to do it (!)

hm i wonder if we can justify putting in an NLNet Grant request specifically
for things like this, on the basis that, really, we do need full independence.
we could then find - and pay - someone to do these kinds of things.

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