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Re: Bug#81397: [authorization] fails silently for normal users, cannot start server



* "Eray Ozkural (exa)" <erayo@cs.bilkent.edu.tr>

> Users here are not at all interested in the psychological state of a
> particular developer. On the contrary, every developer should be
> required to deal with every bug report in an objective manner.

> Inappropriate dismissal or incorrect evaluation of bug reports could
> be dealt with if bug reports were subject to peer review. I think
> that review by wider audience may be instrumental in that...

Let me tell you frankly:

You behaviour wrt bugs is more than lacking. You report something,
without making a report that has enough relevant info to deal with it
(read <87snmw2z7i.fsf@stark.yi.org> again and understand it). When
asked about specific info, you take it as an attack on your
personality and spam debian-devel. Then you don't even give all the
answers you were asked to give.

Your behaviour on this bugreport is a deja-vu of your behaviour on
#80544.

You are more than annoying, and I am sick of it.

If you want your glory peer review, subscribe to debian-bugs-dist and
read every mail the BTS sends. I am sure your excelent bug analysis
skills are greatly appreciated.

But leave debian-devel out of this.

Martin



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