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Re: "Recompile with libc6 from testing" <-- doesn't help i think!

Anthony Towns <aj@azure.humbug.org.au> writes:

> On Sat, Sep 07, 2002 at 12:32:59AM +0200, Erich Schubert wrote:
> > Testing isn't too useful while we are not heading for a freeze, so IMHO
> > it's "stay at stable or dare unstable" time...
> More accurately, testing isn't too useful when people are willing to
> leave RC bugs open indefinitely.

Thats why we have Bug Squashing Parties and why the Squash-A-Bug game
should be implemented. The game could be a much steadier way of
closing older Bugs than the bursts at a BSP.

> There's no reason for us to do that ever -- in glibc's case, for example,
> we've needed an entry added to the "Depends:" of libc6 for around a
> month now, nothing more. 
> No one's seemed particularly interested in doing anything about this,
> though, and personally, I'm a bit tired of fighting for it. If you want

The libc6 thingy or general? If the first why don't you fix it. :)
Is there a patch for it in the BTS yet?


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