On Sat, 19 May 2001 02:08:58 +0100 Paul Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > On Fri, May 18, 2001 at 05:24:55PM +0100, Lee Maguire wrote: > > [2001-05-18] Bob Hilliard wrote: > > > On May 2 you filed this bug stating that jargon 4.3.0 was > > > released on April 30. Don't you think three days is an unreasonably > > > short time after release of a new version to file a bug report? > > > > Excuse me? This is a wishlist report, not a personal insult. > > > > > I find it unspeakably rude. > > > > You consider user's wishlist priority bugs to be *unspeakably* rude? > > As it happens, I spotted the new jargon file was released, and had a new > version of jargon-text out on 1 May. However, it's equally likely that I > wouldn't have noticed, and in that case, I would have welcomed such a > bug report. > > Perhaps a comment should be put into policy: a bug raised against your > package is not a personal slur on the quality of your maintainership. Or, better yet, maintainers who consider bugs raised against their packages to be personal slurs on the quality of their maintainership should be stripped of their maintainership immediately. ;) Regards, Alex.
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