this bug affects upstream

Asked by Jonh Wendell on 2006-10-09

When i click on "this bug affects upstream", i can't see on list the Sourceforge bugtracker.

I've opened a bug on sourceforge and i'd like to link it into malone.

How do i do that?

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Solved by:
Diogo Matsubara
Solved:
2006-10-10
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2006-10-10
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2006-10-10
Diogo Matsubara (matsubara) said : #1

Hi Jonh,

this is bug https://launchpad.net/products/malone/+bug/61590 which is already fixed in our current development branch. That fix will likely reach production servers this week.

As a workaround for it, you would need to register the SourceForge bugtracker for the given project individually. You can see a list of already registered bugtrackers here:
https://launchpad.net/malone/bugtrackers

Thank you for your report,

matsubara

Jonh Wendell (wendell) said : #2

Hi. I prefer to wait malone be fixed.

Thank you.

Andrew Conkling (andrewski) said : #3

Diogo,
That link appears to be broken. Is the ability to register and link to* upstream bugtrackers obsoleted or just in a different place?

*- I can't seem to find the ability to link to an upstream bugtracker on a bug report page.

Christian Reis (kiko) said : #4

The link that Matsubara provided originally is now at https://launchpad.net/bugs/bugtrackers -- I should know, I look at it every single day!

Christian Reis (kiko) said : #5

You can't do it from the bug report page -- for good reason, too.
Launchpad only lets you report bugs against projects that use Launchpad
for bug tracking -- Ubuntu is one such example project (a distribution,
in fact).

Once the bug has been reported, you can then indicate it "Also Affects"
another project. There is a link under the task table on the bug page
that lets you do that. That link lets you connect that bug to an
upstream bugtracker.

Andrew Conkling (andrewski) said : #6

Christian,
Thanks for your reply! That certainly did the trick.