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Re: When not to close a bug in a changelog...

Adam Heath <doogie@debian.org> immo vero scripsit:

> > Alternatively, if you include some of the changes from the NMU and
> > revert others, you should document *that*, not waste bits talking about
> > changes that aren't. IOW, the assumption should be that changes are
> > carried forward, unless it specifically says that they aren't.
> This assumes that the maintainer has seen the nmu get done, and has then gone
> the extra step(s) of fetching the source from the archive.

or, (that you didn't mention)
the maintainer applied the NMU-patch from the BTS.


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