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

Eray Ozkural (exa) <erayo@cs.bilkent.edu.tr> writes:

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

That is not the claim that Martin made.

> 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.

Oh, you've simply got to be joking.  You just agreed it was probably
not the X server's fault!

> I have developed a great liking for bug reports somehow.


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