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Re: RC bugs in lenny, sorted by maintainer

On 23/10/08 at 10:21 +0200, Michael Meskes wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 09:26:43AM +0200, Lucas Nussbaum wrote:
> > The list can also be found on
> > http://udd.debian.net/cgi-bin/lenny_rc_ddlist.cgi (generated on the fly
> > from UDD).
> > 
> > [T] means "affects only testing", [TU] means "affects testing and
> > unstable".
> Wouldn't it make sense to only send [TU] bugs as these are the bugs we have to
> fix for the release? [T] normaly means fix just waiting for migration, isn't
> it?

No: in some cases, the maintainer forgot to send an unblock request to
-release@, or the fix was inappropriate, and the bug will have to be
fixed through a testing-proposed-updates upload.

The release team isn't proactively tracking those AFAIK, it's still the
maintainer's responsibility to take care of this.

> > Michael Meskes <meskes@debian.org>
> > [TU]     watchdog #503080 watchdog.postinst: line 18: /sbin/MAKEDEV: No s
> > [T]  (U) acpid #487815 acpid: dies on any given Sunday
> > [T]  (U) acpid #491058 acpid exits
> > [T]  (U) acpid #495686 acpid not starting after (re)boot
> Using my bugs as an example. All four of them are fixed in unstable, so neither
> needs work. Watchdog was reported and uploaded yesterday, so no surprise it's
> still listed as [TU]. 

... and watchdog also needs an unblock.
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