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Re: Upcoming Debian Releases

> My point is, if doing nothing, and leaving the bug quietly on the bug list
> isn't one of the options, the the above rules turn the bug tracking system
> in a punitive tool instead of a supportive one. Anything that adds to my
> work load without providing some additional benefit begins to look like
> punishment to me. We need to be able to use the bug reporting system
> without being abused by it..

What's a simple email message once every 3 months for a few rare bug
reports compared to all the good it can do?  Just getting all the forgotten
bug reports closed makes this worthwhile, in my opinion.
                                 ( bcwhite@verisim.com )
 the difference between theory and practice is less in theory than in practice

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