Re: Is a bug RC relevant if it has an influence on the health of a person
On Thu, 09 Sep 2010 11:40:49 +0200, Andreas Tille wrote:
> with GNUmed we currently have a case where a bug is not RC regarding the
> computer system and would not match our criterion of RC bugs. However,
> the influence of this bug might harm the health of patients of the
> doctor who might use this version of GNUmed.
Doesn't that simply count as severity: grave - "makes the package in
question unusable or mostly so"?
> IMHO we should enhance our definition for what
> RC critical means.
IMO "grave" doesn't only mean "segfaults at start" etc. but also
"produces garbage, shows completely wrong results, doesn't fulfill its
core purpose, ...".
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