Re: 0 days till bug horizon
>>"Richard" == Richard Braakman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Richard> Package: bbdb (debian/main).
Richard> Maintainer: Frederic Lepied <Lepied@debian.org>
Richard> 59177 xemacs20 didn't compile bbdb-gnus on installation
This should not be a RC bug: bbdb works just fine for
emacs19/20, and even the basic package continues to work for XEmacs
(for VM users, for example). Only the interface between bbdb and gnus
in _one_ of the flavours of emacs is broken; does it justify yanking
bbdb despite the fact it works for a large number of people?
Richard> Package: communicator-smotif-461 (debian/non-free).
Richard> Maintainer: Adam Heath <email@example.com>
Richard> 43849 communicator-smotif: Floating point exception error
Richard> [ We have netscape 4.72 to replace it, but not for all architectures. --RB ]
Technically, this is not a part of Debian, and does not, per
se, get released. I don't think that bugs on non-fee packages should
be considered RC.
Malpractice makes malperfect. -- Solomon Short
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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