Proposed Features for Launchpad Bugs 3.0 - call for help!

Michael Casadevall sonicmctails at
Sat Aug 2 05:41:14 BST 2008

Recent work on REVU already exists into linking it against the PPA (it's
almost at a working prototype stage, but I'm suffering a case of coders
block). We're already done work to link REVU, and Launchpad's logins, as
well as somewhat streamline the entire process.

On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 7:48 PM, Marcelo Boveto Shima <marceloshima at
> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm not a motu but I want to give my opinion on this. I tried several times
> the revu
> process but without success. This was because the review took so long (a
> month)
> that I always give up. I've uploaded azureus, synce (others related),
> omnibook
> (driver for my notebook), and the last were virt-manager and libvirt (both
> adopted by
> a debian maintainer, with corrections of corse)
> I know the Motu team doesn't have enought man power. So revu process should
> became easier by integrating it into launchpad. Launchpad already has PPA
> (builds the
> package with lintian checks, creates necessary debdiff and can have tests
> if the
> package works for users) so an option "Propose for Ubuntu" that puts the
> package
> with all necessary information into a queue for review. This would be a
> killer feature for
> merges and little corrections. Would be nice to have approved count
> exclusive to motu
> on this queue.
> Regards,
> Marcelo
> On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 12:07 PM, Sarah Hobbs <hobbsee at> wrote:
>> Cesare Tirabassi wrote:
>>> On Friday 01 August 2008 09:28:49 you wrote:
>>> The most important from me is not on the list, and that would be to have
>>> the source package information back on the bug page (as it was before).
>>> Its pretty annoying having to change to other pages just to see if that
>>> package is in universe or not, what is the current version and who uploaded
>>> it last.
>> Various of us have expressed severe objections to this.
>> However, it is still on a tooltip - mouse over the name of the package on
>> the bug.  Not very discoverable - I only found out, as mpt told me about it.
>> Hobbsee
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