Re: Bugs about new upstream versions
>> Lars Wirzenius <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Most packages are maintained by developers who are getting their job done
> properly. They will notice the new upstream version and will update the
> bug as soon as they can. Filing bugs will only take up their time.
Let me put it this way: if I get a bug report that says "foobar 0.2 came
out this morning" its only effect will be to delay the release of a
debian package by at least a couple of days. OTOH, if it says "foobar
0.2 is been out for a couple of months now" you'll probably get a friendly
message thanking you for the reminder and possibly a package within 24
In other words: stop pestering Myth about a new mozilla package unless
you want to have a package next year.