how to handle "woody" bugs correctly
I'm not completly sure how to handle "woody" bugs correctly.
I think a bug can only be closed if there is a fixing package for the
user in the Debian archiv available.
"Problems in packages can only be considered fixed once a package that
includes the bug fix enters the Debian archive."
So for woody there are 3 possibilities when a woody bug can be closed:
- the security team fixes the problem in a DSA
- the stable release manager fixes the problem with a package in a 3.0r?
version of woody
- sarge will be released and the new version in sarge fixes the problem
Is this correct or are other possibilities (except its not a bug)?
Noèl Köthe <noel debian.org>
Debian GNU/Linux, www.debian.org