Closing bugs such as 210560
Should Debian users be expected to forward their bug reports upstream instead
of filing Debian bug reports?
Chris has closed many of my bug reports against kmail, including 210560 (see
trivial demonstration of the bug below).
It has always been my understanding that bugs should be reported to the Debian
developer. That saves upstream being bothered in the case of Debian specific
changes that break things, and it means that if a bug is noticed by 1000
people at the same time they have a convenient place to look for reports to
limit the instance of multiple reports.
If someone wants to go through all my KDE bug reports, figure out which ones
haven't been fixed and file some upstream reports then that would probably be
useful. I don't have time for it at the moment and probably won't have time
in the forseeable future.
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