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Tracking auto-tester regressions better through bugzilla bugs


Just so nobody thinks nothing came of this suggestion (it was mentioned during one of the steering committee Q&A questions), i'm working on making a way for the auto-testers to be able to submit new regressions by email (in an easy-to-parse format, possibly XML based) to an email address, and it will automatically create a new bugzilla bug to track the regression, and auto-cc the people who could be responsible for it.
It'll be smart enough to not create more than one bug per regression, smart enough to auto-add a new "this also fails on platform x" comment to the bug for auto-testers that discover the same regression on a different platform.


I thought i should mention it here, in case someone is incredibly adverse to being occasionally cc'd on a bug they had nothing to do with, simply because a regression occurred because of the few patches committed around the same time as
Speak now, or hold your peace until the auto-testers can narrow down to the exact patch that caused the regression.


--Dan


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