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Re: Debian bugreports (Was Re: Bug#247312: konqueror: opening...)

On Sunday 09 January 2005 19:27, Anders Ellenshøj Andersen shaped the 
electrons to shout:
> Also I don't understand why Debian isn't using a modern bug management

Because what they have now not only offers everything you are requesting, 
but also es integrated in the whole system, like counting the number of 
bugs of every package before moving them automatically to testing.

> system like bugzilla. The main advantage in this case would be
> acountability. Each reporter must have an acount which must be kept up

It does.

> to date. If the reporter goes away and it is not possible to confirm
> the bug, then it should just be closed. The way it is now, any random

It does.

> user can file bugs and just forget about them afterwards. He is never
> held responsible for following up on his report, and in fact it is a
> bit difficult to even locate your own bug reports in the system.

And also you can report/query bugs from the web or with reportbug.

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