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Re: severities of blocking bugs

Goswin von Brederlow <brederlo@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de> writes:

> You probably hit a soft spot there because suddenly the bug became RC
> and blocks the package from entering testing. The destinction between
> normal and important is purely visual while serious and above have
> real effects.

This may be true, but it hardly seems reasonable.  (And it's not as if
python-defaults is waiting to get into testing anyway.)

I am *so* tired of Debian developers treating filing of bugs as some
kind of personal insult.

The python-defaults maintainer seems to ignore absolutely everything,
and suddenly perks into action--to downgrade the bug--and still can't
bother to give even two lines of response to a status query.

I confess that my disgust with this rudeness has perhaps bled over
into this question in a way that it shouldn't.


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