Re: Call for Votes (getaddrinfo)
Anthony Towns writes ("Re: Call for Votes (getaddrinfo)"):
> Again, if we don't think this bug is severe enough to need to be fixed
> in stable (and thus qualifies as RC), I don't think we should be overruling
> the maintainer.
If you think that RCness (or desire to fix in stable) is relevant,
surely the question is whether _you_ think this bug is severe enough
to be RC ?
Personally I think the bug ought to be fixed in stable, as I've said.
Would you vote in favour of a resolution which insisted on pushing the
change to stable, would you vote in favour ? I think not. So it's a
> If Josip's correct in saying that this is screwing over the Debian
> apt round-robin hosts, it seems like we should be saying this is RC, but
> nobody seemed willing to do that when I brought it up earlier.
I think that it will be easier to convince people to push it into
stable after we've demonstrated that it works well in testing.
If you think it's a release-critical bug and that it ought to be
changed in stable, surely you should vote in favour of my resolution
as a step towards that goal ?