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Re: Bug#369257: remote bug tracking system doesn't look at versions

Le Lun 29 Mai 2006 03:40, Matthias Klose a écrit :

> the only thing that is correct. is the syntax. everything else is
> wrong. the messages should have been generated for gcc-snapshot (if
> at all), but not for 4.1.

debian bug http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=356569
is about gcc-4.1, look at it. if it should be about gcc-snapshot, then 
please triage your own bugs the right way.

> > 2) While I can do so, adding administrative prohibitions over
> > something which should be worked out between the GCC maintainers
> > and the btslink maintainers is not something that I'm going to do
> > as an initial step.
> that's difficult, emails to to
> bts-link-upstream@lists.alioth.debian.org are automatically rejected,
> if you're not subscribed. I really do not intend to subscribe to each
> system / ML, which sends bogus control messages.

that has been fixed, I wanted to do it before, and forgot about it I'm 
sorry. I remind that the first line of bts-link is a link to D-D-A 
where my own debian adress lies.

next mails will be sent with a reply-to on the bts-link-devel@ Mail 

> > What problems with the information in the BTS are you talking
> > about?
> the usertags, which are wrongly set and removed.

oh, that's new, since when, usertags of user *BTS-LINK-UPSTREAM*, and 
that have their own semantics, which is clear like I already said to 
you: bts-link-upstream tags are tags that tracks upstream 
STATUS/RESOLUTION. and I'm sorry but http://gcc.gnu.org/PR26757 has:
 * Status REOPENED => usertag status-REOPENED
 * Resolution None => no resolution usertag

> please don't get me wrong; generally the btslink information is
> useful, but I do see the BTS maintainers in charge as well, if the
> system is "misused". we did see this in the past with unreflected
> changes of the forwarded information, now with wrong usertags. what
> comes next?

please don't get me wrong, but even if that was an abuse, BTS 
maintainers have nothing to do with it. I repeat for the third and last 
time, for bug reports/improvements/whishes, please contact me (or 
better bts-link-devel@lists.alioth.debian.org). I'm sorry bts-link is 
not in the BTS, but I should package related tools soon so that there 
will be one, and a place in the BTS to send bugs to.

·O·  Pierre Habouzit
··O                                                madcoder@debian.org
OOO                                                http://www.madism.org

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