Bug#339141: There are some unarchived bugs left
On Tue, 03 Jul 2007, Andreas Tille wrote:
> while I observed that many bugs from
> were archived therer were some of them actually remaining which
> are not marked by "Can be archived in ?? days." These are bugs
> that are fixed for a long time. I see no system why most of the
> closed bugs that were listed before bug #339141 was closed are
> archived now but some remained. So before I issue a false alarm
> I would like to discuss with you whether I missed something and
> there is some reason why bugs like #381140,
phylip 1:3.6.1-2 is still buggy and is in unstable and testing.
This is fixed in cdd/0.3.11 which has nothing to do with the package
in which the bug was found, debian-med. It should either be fixed in a
debian-med version, or if it is a bug in cdd, reassigned to cdd,
marked found with an appropriate version, and closed with an
> or #423205
0.6.0-10 is buggy and is still present in unstable:
Sesse has gone and written a nice tutorial on version tracking which
will help resolve some of these questions:
and you'll notice that almost all of the questions I've refered to the
version graphs, which is how I myself figure out what is happening;
they help to clarify this sort of thing quite a bit.
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