Re: how to quickly reduce debian bugcount a *lot*
T.Pospisek's MailLists <email@example.com> wrote:
> * find all the bugreports you've submitted (there's a nice interface for
> that on bugs.debian.org).
> * check whether they still apply (by installing newer packages etc.)
> * close the one's that do not apply any more
> * find all the bugs on *your* packages (same URL as above)
> * (same rules apply as above)
Is there some kind of policy/current practice about closing bugs as
normal user, _not_ debian developer?
Is it ok to
-close a bug which is fixed that I reported myself
-close a bug that I confirmed that it is fixed
or would I "step on the developer's toes" by doing this and should
only send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org which says "bug can
be closed, because of ..."?
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