Re: Making mutt more friendly towards site customizations
Santiago Vila <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 11 Dec 2001, KORN Andras wrote:
>>> [ In either case, *wishlist* bugs are not to be reopened again and again
>>> once the maintainer has told you he thinks it's not a good idea ].
>> I'm sorry, I must have missed this somewhere. Can you please point me to the
>> relevant documentation?
> The way I read /usr/share/doc/debian/bug-maint-info.txt (from doc-debian),
> only developers should send commands to the bug server.
> [ In either case this is not documentation but common practice ].
I don't think so, there are lots of cases when users could/should use
- I once asked here explicitly whether I was allowed to close bugs as
non-developer and was told that it was ok for me to close my own
bugreports and tag others as fixed that I had verified as already
fixed. (Of course I've to document properly why and how...)
- If I as a user add a bugfix (patch) to the BTS it'll be perfectly
sensible to add this tag to the bug, too.
- If a developer closes a bug and I find a new test case that shows
the bug was not fixed properly I'll reopen the bug.
- If I add a duplicate bugreport I'll merge it. (This can happen even
if you use reportbug properly and check the BTS before you start
writing the bugreport, it takes some the time to compose it.)
cu and -no DD- reas
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