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Bug#503544: ath5k: after suspend to RAM, requires cold boot to work again

On Sun, Mar 29, 2009 at 9:21 AM, maximilian attems <max@stro.at> wrote:
>> I have to say I really don't appreciate the style of bug management
>> where I file a bug, there is no response for months on end, and then I
>> get a request to try a newer version.  It gives the impression that
>> you're not actually doing anything about the bugs.
> ath5k was quite young on 2.6.26 so it was somehow expected to fail there.

I would have appreciated being told that within a few days of
reporting the bug; it would have been useful information then.

> also you didn't seem to provide any updates

I provided all the information I had in the initial bug report.  I
would have responded to requests for further information if asked, but
no one asked.

> nor did you go upstream.

I don't have the slightest idea how to report a bug to the kernel
upstream.  Isn't forwarding bugs to upstream part of a Debian
maintainer's responsibilities?


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