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Re: unreproducable bugs



Hi,
* Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org> [2005-07-15 20:08]:
> On Fri, 15 Jul 2005 15:42:44 +0200, Nico Golde <nico@ngolde.de> said: 
> 
> > Hi, is there a policy for bugs which are unreproducible?  I mean how
> > long this kind of bug should be open?  There are bugs who are
> > unreproducible for over a year and the version increased to a major
> > version during the time.  Regards Nico
> 
> Umm, no. It is left to the discretion and judgement of the
> developer.  Like others in the thread, I, too, tend to ask the
> submitter if the bug can still be reproduced, and, if so, to resubmit
> a log to see if any additional information has turned up.

Yes thats what i would do too but I have seen alot of bugs
where the emailaddress isn't actual anymore.

> What's with the recent push to get every little things written
> down into policy, so the developer no longer is required to have an
> ability to think, or exercise any judgement whatsoever?

no of course not but it would be good to have a reference
value.
Regards Nico

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