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Month: January 2012


From: Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...>
Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2012 21:42:56 -0800 (PST)
tdesdk comes with an app called kbugbuster. Everything I have read online indicates the app is broken.

* Is there any hope of getting kbugbuster updated to interface with the Trinity bugzilla? If yes, then I'll submit a bug report/enhancement request.

* If not then should kbugbuster be stripped from the package?

I would love to have a local desktop tool to query bug reports. Would save a lot of bandwidth on the Trinity servers as well as user's bandwidth too.

I am aware of deskzilla --- a java app and one that is guaranteed to work only with the Sun (now Oracle) version of Java. The free version handles up to 2000 bug reports. We're a long ways from that, but I am uncomfortable with the idea of acclimating to an app and when bug/enchancement report 2001 rolls around I no longer have a useful app (unless buying the professional version).

Would be nice to use a native qt3 app.

So --- what is the verdict with kbugbuster?