Re: NEW and RC bugs (Re: julia_1.0.0-1_amd64.changes REJECTED)
Chris Lamb writes ("Re: NEW and RC bugs (Re: julia_1.0.0-1_amd64.changes REJECTED)"):
> Ian Jackson wrote:
> > [..] Compared to REJECT mails:
> > - Discussions in the BTS are more transparent
> > - Discussions in the BTS are better organised
> > - Discussions in the BTS can have wider participation
> > - Discussions in the BTS are better archived
> > - Discussions in the BTS have better metadata
> This would be a fairly-accurate precis of my position.
> Indeed, I tend to ACCEPT whilst filing a bug at the same time with
> varying degrees of severity through RC-level (#910031, #910656),
> normal (#911532) and wishlist (#910029, #910330), etc. etc.
I think this is exemplary practice.
> (As an aside, some tags cannnot be overridden but that's not quite
> on-topic here…)
I doubt these are likely to be very controversial. And, yes.
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