Re: Do not use firstname.lastname@example.org for bug ping-pong
Don Armstrong <email@example.com> writes:
> On Fri, 15 Dec 2006, Marc Haber wrote:
>> But I feel that it is _wrong_ to close wishlist bugs like that. It
>> is ok to tag them wontfix or help, or even usertag them send-patch,
>> but closing them immediately doesn't help anybody but statistics.
> I personally don't close bugs capriciously either, but it is the
> maintainer's right to do so. [I don't think there's much that can be
> done if a maintainer wants to be an ass short of hijacking their
> packages... thankfully, that's a course of action which I don't have
> to contemplate.]
Just theoretically, if such "an ass" maintainer exists or the behavior
can be demonstrated, wouldn't it be much better if some other
maintainer took over his work (hijacking the packages).
Isn't the goal to help Debian project much more important that
individual goals; that someone may misuse their position.
IS there a comiittee that can intervene or mediate in this matter if a
hijack seems justified?