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Re: A suggestion for the woody freeze

On Fri, Jan 18, 2002 at 07:56:16AM +0100, Adrian Bunk wrote:

Well, it's nice to see lots of people are interesting in "helping"
the freeze by writing emails to -devel.

I'd encourage everyone to consider adopting the "ObBug:" convention
before sending further mail to the thread. The idea is every post to
-devel you make is marked with the number of a unique RC bug number
you've just fixed.  Benefits? It'll get us further towards the release
(because RC bugs are one of the main things holding us up), and it'll
lend weight to your arguments (by demonstrating you're not just whining,
but you're proactively trying to make Debian better). It'll also probably
encourage you to say what you mean once and be done with it, rather than
beating your point into the ground.

ObBug: 126344


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