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Re: Archiving bugs with version info (Was: Re: Closing a bug vs. tagging wontfix)

On Mon, 24 Apr 2006, Daniel Ruoso wrote:
> Em Seg, 2006-04-24 às 15:39 +0200, Frank Küster escreveu:
> > "Roberto C. Sanchez" <roberto@familiasanchez.net> wrote:
> > > [...] I am not sure how long
> > > closed bugs are left on the BTS page for a particular package.
> > 28 days after the closing, or after the last message sent to it
> > (whichever is later).  It's always accessible if you choose "archived
> > bugs", but usually nobody does that before reporting.
> Even if it's with versioning information? It would be usefull to keep it
> until the buggy version is available in the archive, what do others
> think?

Archiving is currently disabled until the exact mechanism of its
operation with versioning is worked out; presumably it will only
archive bugs which no longer affect any version in the archive, but
there may be some discussion with regards to stable here.

Don Armstrong

Il semble que la perfection soit atteinte non quand il n'y a plus rien
a ajouter, mais quand il n'y a plus rien a retrancher.
(Perfection is apparently not achieved when nothing more can be added,
but when nothing else can be removed.)
 -- Antoine de Saint-Exupe'ry, Terres des Hommes

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