Re: A suggestion for the woody freeze
On Fri, 18 Jan 2002, Anthony Towns 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
You forgot #127604 that you "fixed" by removing elastic from testing...
Unfortunately this way of "fixing" RC bugs in testing is only possible for