On Tuesday 02 January 2007 22:23, Joey Hess wrote: > I don't think that the serious severity is approprate for t his report, > unless it's causing actual data loss (if so, it should be grave). Posts > not getting through to a mailing list is not data loss, if they make it > to the BTS. IMO it is justified as "not suitable for release in view of maintainer". Having bug reports in the BTS is useless if no-one ever seems them and we basically only reply to reports when we see them on the mailing list, not if they only make it into the BTS. So, a program that results in BRs that end up only in the BTS and not in the mailing list, is IMHO not suitable for release. > Geert's idea is a good one. Or we could just disable some logs, for > example, the partman log tends to be about half the total logs; in > liw's report, it was 63% of the complete message. And we rarely if ever > use that log. Yes, I suggested the same in my other mail, but I'd disable syslog as well as its size is indeterminate and so could still result in us missing the installation report.
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