Re: State of debianutils
Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org> cum veritate scripsit:
> OTOH, I'm still suprised that more people don't subscribe to
> debian-bugs-dist and debian-devel-changes. 100% signal, no noise at all,
> and reading every bug report filed on every package in debian and every
> changelog entry (when one has time) is very useful.
After having been subscribed to debian-bugs-dist and debian-devel-changes
for a while, I really think it is quite a useful list.
debian-bugs-dist is much easier to read than trying to search through
the bugs list through bugs.debian.org (for me), and
debian-devel-changes is much useful in catching signs of some packages
which potentially will break other packages.
If a potential new maintainer is bitching/complaining/suggesting
whatever in debian-devel, I would suggest reading the two lists,
and do something.
Reading the two lists, it would be obvious that there is a *LOT* to
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