On Tue, Dec 16, 2008 at 03:07:12PM +0100, Lucas Nussbaum wrote: > On 16/12/08 at 14:21 +0100, Bastian Venthur wrote: > > I think this question is nonsense. While the bug-fix rate was more or > > less the same since the last two releases, it looks like in this release > > we actually started the freeze with much more RC-bugs than before. So it > > was foreseeable that the freeze will take longer this time. We can't > > solve the problem by fixing bugs faster (that won't work anyways). So > > what's the point of asking how many RC-bugs one has fixed? Does that > > mean only those are allowed to make suggestions, who fixed an RC bug? > > I agree. It's clear that most people don't work on RC bugs instead of ^^^^^ > working on their packages: during freezes, they just stop working on > Debian, since it's judged socially incorrect to work on one's packages > in unstable or experimental during the freeze. ^^^^^^^^^^^^ Could you justify those two please? I've seen no evidence, let alone any degree of clarity that supports the statement. Neil -- <Yoe> is _that_ gunnar? <weasel> yes <Yoe> what happened to his tires? <towersbe> He's shrunk. I think his wife washed him at too high a temperature.
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