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2022.06.03 10:44 "[Tiff] Old RemoteSensing Bugzilla ticket numbers", by Roger
2022.06.03 10:52 "Re: [Tiff] Old RemoteSensing Bugzilla ticket numbers", by Rob Tillaart
2022.06.03 14:56 "Re: [Tiff] Old RemoteSensing Bugzilla ticket numbers", by Roger
2022.06.03 10:52 "Re: [Tiff] Old RemoteSensing Bugzilla ticket numbers", by Even Rouault

2022.06.03 10:44 "[Tiff] Old RemoteSensing Bugzilla ticket numbers", by Roger

Hi,

While going through the old documentation, I noticed that in the older release notes there are many references to the RemoteSensing.org Bugzilla instance. Example: http://bugzilla.remotesensing.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1025. Unfortunately, this domain is no longer in use. There appears to be a switchover to the current MapTools Bugzilla around the 3.0.0beta-3.0.0final timeframe. After that all references are e.g. http://bugzilla.maptools.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2005

With the MapTools bug having been imported into GitLab issues, we do have a means of replacing/supplementing all of the MapTools links with GitLab issue links. However, for the older RemoteSensing links, I'm not sure what we can do. Was the RemoteSensing Bugzilla imported into the MapTools Bugzilla? If so, do we have any mapping of old-to-new ticket numbers which we can then look up on GitLab issues? With all of the links being simple numbers, it's not clear we can unambiguously identify which ticket is which in either MapTools bugzilla or GitLab issues. Do we have a dump of the RemoteSensing Bugzilla or any other mapping which we could use to identify which ticket is which?

Thanks,

Roger