The oVirt team is pleased to announce that today oVirt moved to its own
classification within our Bugzilla system as previously anticipated .
No longer limited as a set of sub-projects, each building block
(sub-project) of oVirt will be a Bugzilla product.
This will allow tracking of package versions and target releases based on
their own versioning schema.
Each maintainer, for example, will have administrative rights on his or her
Bugzilla sub-project and will be able to change flags,
versions, targets, and components.
As part of the improvements of the Bugzilla tracking system, a flag system
has been added to the oVirt product in order to ease its management .
The changes will go into affect in stages, please review the wiki for more
We invite you to review the new tracking system and get involved with oVirt
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