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Bug#347794: marked as done (bugs.debian.org: tag fixed seen as NMU)

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Package: bugs.debian.org
Severity: minor

I had added tags "fixed" and "pending" to bug #347521.  But then
http://bugs.debian.org/zssh says that it's fixed in an NMU upload, which
isn't true.  Workaround = remove tag "fixed".

The meaning of tag "fixed" is :

"This bug is fixed or worked around (by a non-maintainer upload, for
example), but there's still an issue that needs to be resolved. This tag
replaces the old "fixed" severity."

So an NMU may be how the bug was fixed, but "fixed" does not necessarily
mean that it's fixed with an NMU.  I think that the term "NMU" should
only be used when referring to an upload by someone else than the
maintainer of the package.  Or am I missing something ?

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