Re: Horrific new levels of changelog abuse
Herbert Xu <firstname.lastname@example.org> a tapoté :
> Matt Zimmerman <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> Totally equivalent when we're discussing about closure messages sent
> >> to -done.
> > A message to -done means nothing to anyone except the bug submitter. The
> > three seconds I spend writing a useful changelog entry make it useful to me,
> > the submitter, and anyone else interested.
> You're still not getting my argument.
> We already have a much better criterion for what debian/changelog
> should include that does not depend on unrelated events like bug
> filing/analysis/closure. That criterion is to document each and
> every Debian change in debian/changelog.
> Using bug closure as a criterion for debian/changelog annotation
> is inferior for two reasons:
If you consider that the changelog should not document the bugs,
I suppose that you also think that changelog should not be used to
Well, in this case it seems consistent and it's your problem.
Pretty easy, isn't it?
Not a native english speaker: