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



On Sun, Jan 07, 2001 at 11:36:24AM +0100, Martin Bialasinski wrote:
> 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.
> 

Well, I will cc to debian-devel only when there is an affirmed conflict
with the developer about the bug report, OK?

And I have made substantial bug reports in the past, so I can't be said
to have a consistent history of false reports.

And some of the assessments of bug reports are truly personal insults.
For instance xfree86 maintainer's reassignment of the possibly unresolved
bug to gdm is full of offense.

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

I think 80544 is a pretty valid bug. Have you been able to replicate
the bug and report upstream as I have suggested?

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

Because I'm picky about bugs? I think we all need to be a bit picky
about bugs. I can understand why it might be desirable for a developer
to dismiss a bug; it takes less effort to do so. But then, only
valid dismissals should be allowed.

> 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.
> 

Well, I guess I should.

I have developed a great liking for bug reports somehow.

Thanks,

-- 
Eray (exa) Ozkural
Comp. Sci. Dept., Bilkent University, Ankara
e-mail: erayo@cs.bilkent.edu.tr
www: http://www.cs.bilkent.edu.tr/~erayo



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