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Re: buildd administration

Anthony Towns <aj@azure.humbug.org.au> writes:

> On Wed, Dec 14, 2005 at 12:26:50PM -0500, Joe Smith wrote:
>> It sounds to me like what is needed as a tag for bugs that tells QA (you 
>> post noted that the release team
>> would ignore RC bugs on packages not in testing) that it can ignore those 
>> bugs.
> If your package isn't going to be suitable for release; it should probably
> be in experimental instead, which is even autobuilt these days. There's
> almost no reason to have RC bugs that are open longer than a couple of
> weeks these days.

There is a big difference between "isn't going to be suitable for
release" and "isn't suitable for release yet."

Now, Anthony, I've asked you a half dozen times.  

I have been patient with your questions, despite their nasty tone.
Are you willing to join me in calling for all Debian developers to
likewise be patient and willing to answer questions about their areas
of responsibility?  Or is this all just a giant smokescreen to deflect
attention from the inexcusable way that James Troup carries himself in
this project?


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