Re: Re: Ancient architecture
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- Subject: Re: Re: Ancient architecture
- From: Nathanael Nerode <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 04 Apr 2004 05:05:16 -0400
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Clint Adams wrote:
>> Even if you don't care about the buildd load, you should care about the
>> people who will download the new package to get the rather minor fix.
>> Fix the typo, mark it as "pending", and wait until there's a real reason
>> to upload. If the typo is the only outstanding bug, upload it when we
>> get close to a freeze, or something.
> I disagree. It's better for bugs to be fixed in a timely fashion than
> to sit there tagged "pending" for a year and a half.
Absolutely. Every pending bug should be fixed by an upload within a month.
However, delaying a typo-upload until it's a few weeks after the last
upload, or there are other bugs to fix, seems reasonable. :-)
Make sure your vote will count.