Re: Upcoming Debian 2.0 Release
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On 16 Jul 1998, James Troup wrote:
> Martin Schulze <joey@kuolema.Infodrom.North.DE> writes:
> > > libreadline2 22941 libreadline2 depends on libc6  (Guy Maor <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
> > An NMU should be sufficient, right?
> Done and in Incoming. (Though I really think holding up hamm over
> this kind of trivial bug is pathetic; we need to some way to stop
> people terrorizing releases with so-called release-critical bugs)
We need some way to stop people talking about terrorism in this list.
Do you know what the letters "E.T.A." means? And I.R.A.?
Sorry for saying this, but I'm a little bit fed up of being called
"terrorist" just by submitting a "Severity: important" bug. No, I do
not usually call them "release-critical" bugs, it's up to Brian to decide
whether to hold the release for them or not, but that does not make them
less "important" in the sense defined by the bug tracking system, i.e.
the package is not suitable for release and needs a fix.
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