[coreboot] setting up a bug tracker

Stefan Reinauer stefan.reinauer at coreboot.org
Mon Nov 9 22:24:11 CET 2015

* Patrick Georgi <pgeorgi at google.com> [151105 19:00]:
> 2015-11-04 16:57 GMT+01:00 Martin Roth <gaumless at gmail.com>:
> > - Are there any required login methods? Does it need to support the
> > login types that review.coreboot.org supports?
> redmine has an omniauth plugin that should allow OpenID and OAuth2
> (Google/Github flavor).
> I'd prefer using that over yet another account database.


> > - Is (anonymous) public reporting desired, or do we want to require
> > sign-in and user validation first? (I'd vote for sign in)
> We're lucky with gerrit (or maybe OpenID is enough of a hurdle), but
> anonymous bug trackers tend to be extremely maintenance heavy to sort
> out the spam.
> I'd go for requesting OpenID/OAuth accounts, similar to gerrit.

Looking at how long it took for people to stop sending award bios
disassemblies around to the mailing list, I strongly encourage not
having an anonymous service. It's not doing the project a good service.


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