Re: Bug#535833: marked as done (general: Slow internet on iceweasel, epiphany and so on...)
Tollef Fog Heen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> ]] Roger Leigh
> | Having working local networking is important. We wouldn't consider
> | broken IPv4 loopback acceptable, and broken IPv6 loopback is just as
> | bad.
> Sure, having it working is important. Is it more important than keeping
> those (often new) users for whom Debian appears useless because of its
> perceived poor network performance?
I don't think measuring the importance of these bugs against each other
is going to be productive.
Workarounds for bugs in other systems are fine, but not adding bugs in
Debian should be an absolute requirement for such workarounds.