Re: An alarming trend (no it's not flaimbait.) (fwd)
email@example.com (Brian Wolfe) writes:
> Actualy, I believe that the mkisofs maintainer should have seen that a
> new option was created and notified the maintainers of anything that
> depended on mkisofs ...
That's pushing it, I think. I've had several experiences as a maintainer
where something in an upstream package changed that seemed insignificant to
me, but which broke some other package that depended on mine. These events
aren't a big deal if everyone is "engaged" and bugs are getting addressed as
they are reported.
Let's stick to the main problem.