Re: Canonical and Debian
Tollef Fog Heen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm not sure «the best OS ever» means we have to support everything
> from toasters to mainframes. If I spend time tracking down a bug
> which affects users on only a single, little-used architecture
> (because it's RC there) rather than tracking down bugs which are less
> important (bugs.d.o-important) but affects more users that is not
> necessarily a good way to spend my time.
Given our current architecture coverage, a bug on one architecture
often also exists on at least one other architecture; because it
doesn't manifest there doesn't mean it doesn't exist. A bug is a bug,
whether it triggers or not.
Julien BLACHE - Debian & GNU/Linux Developer - <email@example.com>
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