Distributed Bug Tracking

Guy Pyrzak guy.pyrzak at gmail.com
Thu Jun 12 11:16:07 UTC 2008

Zach, et al.

How far have you all gotten with the offline bugzilla stuff? I was
working on some bugs on an internal project and I would really
appreciate having all my saved searches stored so that i could view
them, maybe look at the attachments etc. This is especially useful
when you're in a hotel without wireless internet, on a plane, or on
the . In some ways I'd even like to be able to upload patches and make
comments so I can file a patch and not worry about having to go back
later on to upload my patch etc, fire and forget if you will.

If you're done with this can you put it somewhere so that we can play
with it? If not I might start working on this with Google Gears and
file an enhancement it or make an extension.


On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 3:57 AM, Gervase Markham <gerv at mozilla.org> wrote:
> Zach Lipton wrote:
>> Not sure, however, if uploading is feasible without a
>> Firefox-only hack, as the security model is obviously rather strict
>> about filesystem access. On the other hand, you can't generate a cvs
>> diff offline anyway, so I'm not sure if uploading is really that useful.
> You can with hg :-) Still, if this is the only thing that doesn't work, then
> that's pretty good. I look forward to trying out your work :-)
> Gerv
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