I'm planning to close bugzilla for new submissions today. Please use GitHub issues
(even if a README says otherwise, until we update all of them:)
Existing bugs are not affected
On 6. 9. 2022, at 15:56, Michal Skrivanek <mskrivan(a)redhat.com>
as a final stage of out gerrit to github transition that started ~9 months ago we are
planning to eliminate the use of bugzilla.redhat.com
for all oVirt projects (bugs with
Classification: "oVirt") and use the native issue tracking in github as well. We
used to have integrations with gerrit and bugzilla that we moved to github actions
instead, and the overhead (and notorious slowness) of bugzilla.redhat.com
becomes the only
"benefit" of using it these days.
There's about 50 bugs total left in oVirt bugzilla so it's not that much to move,
the biggest change would be that the new bugs are to be filed elsewhere.
This is just a heads up for now, we haven't set a cut off date just yet, but you can
expect this change in the coming weeks.