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Re: BTS: How are the bug reports organized?



On Thu, Sep 30, 1999 at 10:03:58PM -0700, Darren Benham wrote:
> Then close some bugs :)

Ok. But what happens to those closed bugs as the new debbugs package no
longer cleans them out?

> No, seriously, that's how it's created but as long as we don't start ignoring
> bugs, we'll never see 9999 or 99999 bugs in a single directory.

I'm really tempted to ask for a proof of this theory ;-)


Thomas
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