Re: Bug#247312: konqueror: opening of bookmarks is much slower when clicking directly on Bookmarks menu
* Hervé Eychenne [Sat, 08 Jan 2005 04:33:05 +0100]:
> Some ask why the submitter has not submitted the bug directly to
> upstream when noticing months after that nothing had happened. Once
> more, I regret: if the submitter gets no feedback, he'll consider
> that the upstream team had hard times chasing the bug (some bugs are
> tricky), certainly not that the Debian guys has left his report in the
> bottom of the barrel for months. Do you actually understand that?
no, because (unless the person doing it forgets to) you get a mail
when your bug is forwarded upstream.
> The submitter just does what Debian asks/allows him to do, and he has
> no way to know in advance if his bug will stay unprocessed (I didn't
> say solved) for ages or quickly forwarded and eventually solved.
> Oh, I forgot: it is _not_ the submitter's job to monitor every bug
> he filled, just because the submitter can absolutely not imagine
> that his report might well _not be processed at all_ for months,
> years, decad^Wok, trollinit aborted.
again, see above.
> "When Debian KDE processing times might well take way longer than upstream
> fixing ones". Nice title, but sad tale.
"When Debian users make maintainers feel hurt, and not valued, and
willing to quit." That's nicer, even.
> Sorry if I'm becoming more and more sarcastic, but I feel that some
> are more concerned with finding any excuse for justifying the
> unjustifiable, rather than actually trying to analyze the reasons and
> change things so that this will not happen again.
three random things that I did for Debian today:
plus about 10 mails to handle KDE bugs in debian.
just to find out, at the end of the day, some nice guy complaining
about a bug not having being handled. it's *true* that sometimes you
need a fucking thick skin to stay here. still:
> Seems like we all like discussions,
no, I like to get things done and make my users happy. some of them
won't let me, though.
> Please process _every_ new bugs (but old ones may also require that as a
> start) within a week:
yes sir! could you give me your bank account number so that I can give
you some euros for this great piece of advice?
getting on dato's nerves.
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