Re: Bug#455769: same problem on wheezy + Thinkpad X220T
On 28-03-13 11:47, Daniel Pocock wrote:
> On 28/03/13 11:06, Julien Cristau wrote:
>> Control: severity -1 important
>> I am raising this bug to critical, as it meets the definition "makes
>> unrelated software on the system (or the whole system) break"
>> No, it does not. hw will shut itself off before getting damaged.
> Would you provide a guarantee to all users of wheezy that you will pay
> for their laptop repair if this issue causes damage?
I've never seen a laptop that will not cause a poweroff in hardware if
the operating system isn't doing its job.
This is also not a critical issue. If gnome-power-manager were to go
berserk and do the equivalent of "rm -rf /", or "kill -9" on all
processes on the system, or something similar, that would be a critical
bug in the "makes the whole system break" sense. As it is,
gnome-power-manager just *doesn't* do something it's supposed to do.
It's not even close to being critical in that sense.
I agree that it's probably a problem, and that it'd be good if we were
to fix it before the release; but anything above "important" strikes me
as unnecessary severity inflation.
(on a more personal note, why oh why would you ever want the system to
suspend when you close the lid? That's what a suspend button is for. If
my laptop is compiling something, I do *not* want it to suspend when I
close the lid, thankyouverymuch. Oh well)
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