Changing how we track Launchpad�s bugs, questions and blueprints
Dec 17, 2010, 13:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"From today, all Launchpad bugs, code, questions and blueprints
are tracked under the one launchpad project.
"We've already moved everything from the individual projects
over to the parent launchpad project. All you need do differently
is search/file bugs, questions and blueprints under that parent
Launchpad project, rather than Rosetta, for example.
"Don't worry, though, there are redirects in place so that old
links will still work.
"There are also a couple of one-time steps you may need to
* Update your bug subscriptions: if you're subscribed to
individual bugs, you need do nothing. If you're subscribed to all
bugs for a particular project, Malone for example, you'll now need
to subscribe to all Launchpad bugs.
* Check your answer contact status: if you're an answer contact
for one particular application in Launchpad, and want to continue
as such, you'll need to become an answer contact for all of