Re: Debian bug-squashing party may involve your packages
>> Colin Watson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> As it should be announced in the near future on debian-devel-announce,
> we're holding a Debian bug-squashing party in two weeks' time to try and
> decrease the number of bugs that have the potential to hold up the
> release of woody. This mail is to let you know in advance that some bugs
> in your packages are on the list of bugs we might ask volunteers to
Thanks for the notice. You touch my packages and I make a riot. I'm
not what I would call "inactive", "missing", "unresponsive" or "out of
touch". As usual, patches are welcome, as well as bug submissions thru
the appropiate channels. NMUs are not, unless you have a really damn
good reason for them (and a request from me wouldn't hurt either). I
appreciate the effort, but I really dislike the tone of this notice.
In particular, the bug that prompted this notice *has* seen activity
since the last BSP.