Re: Version tracking in the BTS
Frans Pop wrote:
On Monday 29 August 2005 21:59, Anthony Towns wrote:
On Mon, Aug 29, 2005 at 08:50:24PM +0200, Frans Pop wrote:
A patch or some other easy procedure for fixing the bug is included
in the bug logs. If there's a patch, but it doesn't resolve the bug
adequately or causes some other problems, this tag should not be
In an perfect world a maintainer would review each patch as it is
submitted and remove the tag if the patch is not good.
In common sense a patch is a proposed solution for a bug, independent
from the author (bug submitter, maintainer, upstream or somebody else).
Each sort of proposed solution needs an approval (e.g. regression test),
if it removes the bug. If not, the bug cannot be closed as 'solved'.
Thus I do not understand, why to remove the 'patch' tag.