[webkit-dev] sick of forgetting bugzilla email addresses?

Eric Seidel eric at webkit.org
Thu Jun 10 16:18:14 PDT 2010

A real data feed from bugs.webkit.org of the user names would be best.
:)  If we had one for svn.webkit.org then we wouldn't need
commiters.py at all.  Commiters.py is a hack around lack of available
data from our servers.

Also, we keep hacking bugzilla, and yet our bugzilla is still
years-out-of date.  Seems we should upgrade to 3.x before we hack it
much more.  (One of the reasons why working outside of bugzilla via
<iframes> to the EWS status server for the bubbles, or a browser
extension for the autocomplete data is better than trying to hack our
ancient bugzilla.)


On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 4:08 PM, Ojan Vafai <ojan at chromium.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 3:55 PM, Maciej Stachowiak <mjs at apple.com> wrote:
>> On Jun 7, 2010, at 2:30 PM, Julie Parent wrote:
>>> Thank you thank you thank you!
>>> I'm happy using this as a Chrome extension, but if there is enough
>>> interest to have it added to Bugzilla directly, I can do it (I already have
>>> a local bugzilla running for the Rietveld work).
>> I think this would be a good addition to bugzilla itself.
> I agree. I just did it as a Chrome extension because I could do so as a <1
> day project. It would be relatively simple to do if the CORS headers were
> added to trac or svn.webkit.org as Adam suggested.
> Also, I tried porting the Chrome extension to a Safari extension. After much
> wrangling, I couldn't get any content scripts to load though. The other bits
> of the extension (e.g. the global page) loaded fine though, so it's not just
> like I don't have extensions enabled. If someone from Apple wants to help me
> debug, I'd be happy to get this working.
> Ojan
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