super_search_fields.py file specifies which data to index from the raw and processed crash. The raw crash contains the original crash annotation values. The processed crash normalized values, inferred values, and calculated values.
One of the problems we have on a regular-enough-to-frustrate-me basis is discovering we need to normalize a value that's being indexed that comes from the raw crash.
Because of the way the Elasticsearch crash storage thing indexes things, the items from the raw crash are put in a
raw_crash namespace. So there's no way to start with indexing a value from the raw crash, discover you need to normalize it, and then index it from the processed crash. What a pain.
I want to switch to indexing only things from the processed crash. In order to not make users sad, we need to migrate from where we're at now to where we want to be. This bug covers that work.