Re: Bug#224742 acknowledged by developer (Re: Bug#224742: Related to this issue...)
* Henning Makholm
| Scripsit Tollef Fog Heen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
| > Normal practice is that it's ok to close «those will never be
| > implemented because I think they are
| > wrong/stupid/unneeded/clutter/whatever wishlist bugs (in the
| > maintainer's opinion).» It's not ok to do the same with non-wishlist bugs.
| Even without any coherent explanations of why one would think they are
«I don't like the syntax.»
| It is certainly not obvious to a bystander what Anthony thinks is
| wrong with the request, except that for non-disclosed reasons he
| doesn't like it.
Why does he have to provide any other reason? He's upstream for
ifupdown, and as such, he can accept or refuse any feature request,
for any reason. Playing the «reopen the bug in the BTS» game is just
silly -- you are able to add information to a closed bug, and it will
be archived after 28 days of inactivity. If you stay silent for a
month, then you have to file a new wishlist bug (or take it through
normal email instead of the BTS). Seems ok and fair to me.
Tollef Fog Heen ,''`.
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are : :' :