We are mostly ready to release Bugzilla 3.6 (planned release date is next Tuesday, see bug 554523), so we could upgrade b.m.o to this stable release.
(In reply to comment #1) > http://groups.google.com/group/mozilla.dev.apps.bugzilla/browse_thread/thread/358ed7399bf0a1f3# Preliminary look at how that would go seems promising... A number of the conflicts are password lockout related, so it might be a good idea to back-out that entire patch from 3.4 before building the bundle, as that code is now in 3.6 proper.
I backed out the two password-lockout related patches and tried this, and still got 33 files with conflicts. A few of them are braindead things like both we and upstream added code in the same spot, and the merge algorithm didn't know which order to put them in. Some of them are more involved.
I have the first cut of a merge done. I'm testing now. Gerv
A status update for this, since this never got posted here yet... Bugzilla 3.6 got staged a few weeks ago, but we had a "time spent" issue with the upgrade (it took over 6 hours to run the database upgrade, which we don't like). We have some tweaks to the mysql configuration to try to make the upgrade go faster, but I haven't had time to try again yet. As soon as that revised test run completes, we'll schedule a downtime for it (and if it winds up being an 8 hour downtime at that point, so be it, but I'd like to avoid being down that long if we can). I've had other high priority projects to complete preventing me from spending time on it, but those are due for the end of Q2 (which is almost over) so I should be free to play with this again by next week, and we could be upgrading as soon as Thursday July 8.
This is done. Yay! File any new issues against the bmo-regressions bug.
Where is My Votes of saved search?
(In reply to comment #7) > Where is My Votes of saved search? We removed it in favor of the "Browse" link. You can still view all your votes by clicking the "vote" link in a bug of your choice.
(In reply to comment #8) > (In reply to comment #7) > > Where is My Votes of saved search? > > We removed it in favor of the "Browse" link. You can still view all your votes > by clicking the "vote" link in a bug of your choice. OK In page of "Help with voting( https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/page.cgi?id=voting.html )" >You may review your votes at any time by clicking on the "My Votes" link in the page footer. This description should be revised.
(In reply to comment #9) > This description should be revised. You are right. Could you file a bug about this?
(In reply to comment #10) > (In reply to comment #9) > > This description should be revised. > > You are right. Could you file a bug about this? I filed Bug 577849.
(In reply to comment #7) > Where is My Votes of saved search? Alice, if, like me, you cannot live without it, add https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/votes.cgi to your bookmarks. I'd report this as a "regression" bug, maybe even "dataloss", except that in view of comment #8 I'd expect it to get WONTFIX at best, maybe even INVALID.
Thanks Tony. I bookmarked it.
hey guys that is good what we still have all the old accounts in it but it would be better if we can get openid and a spam fetaure on it
I believe I found a bug with the new version's REST api: bug 578111.
(In reply to comment #15) > I believe I found a bug with the new version's REST api: bug 578111. Nope, just a bug with gerv's BzAPI, which is not official or connected to Bugzilla proper at all.
I suspect this is not the place to post this but I could not find anywhere else. Would it be possible in a future update to allow email addresses to be removed from public view?
Please ignore comment 17 and go to: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=578787