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By Brad Wetmore on Feb 01, 2009
I've recently been leading the effort to get our OpenJDK Bugzilla instance in place, and just wanted to let folks know that we're pretty close.
I took some time over the last couple days to take a snapshot of what we have and what's planned for the near and somewhat longer future. The short story is that we'll begin by tracking contributions from OpenJDK developers who do not have push rights to the JDK 6 and 7 forests. The next phase will expand the system to track most if not all of the OpenJDK projects under development.
The longer story is now available on the OpenJDK website.
One last point. Until the general system is up, you should continue to submit new bug reports through the normal channel.
There's still a lot of work to be done and questions to be answered, but thought you might like to see the current status and what's being planned.
Brad currently works in the Java Security and Network Group, Java Standard Edition.
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