Re: Bug#455769: same problem on wheezy + Thinkpad X220T
- To: Vincent Bernat <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Subject: Re: Bug#455769: same problem on wheezy + Thinkpad X220T
- From: Ian Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2013 18:57:42 +0100
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Vincent Bernat writes ("Re: Bug#455769: same problem on wheezy + Thinkpad X220T"):
> ❦ 28 mars 2013 20:38 CET, Thomas Goirand <email@example.com> :
> > Unless you are the original reporter and you need to
> > decide in order to fill the bug, please don't. That's the
> > role of the maintainer to do that triaging work (as
> > already stated multiple times!).
> We encourage people to help triaging. Setting the appropriate severity
> is part of the work. I have never read that setting severity can only be
> done by the maintainer. The only consensus against this is when the
> severity is changed several times.
I agree. But such triage should be done in a way that the maintainer
will agree with. Fighting with the maintainer's view of severities is
not "triage", it is abuse.