Re: --> Debian Bug #10000
In your email to me, Jim Pick, you wrote:
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> > In case you're interessed, I just got the acknowledgement of bug report
> > #10000 (which happen to be a documentation buglet in package qt-doc).
> > *cracks open a virtual beer* _(;
> > Out of those ~10000 bug reports, about 2200 are still outstanding.
> BTW, if you believe the axiom, "A bug can be changed to a feature by
> documenting it", then we really have 10000 features. :-)
I always was told:
A feature is nothing more than a bug with seniority.
What's the oldest bug we have? :)
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