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Re: end of the year

Hi Thorsten,

thanks for the summary and for running the calendar.

On Thu, Dec 27, 2012 at 10:39:51PM +0100, Thorsten Alteholz wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> as Christmas time is over now here are some statistics about this
> year's bug squashing.
> We started with about 100 bugs for debian-med and could resolve 15
> bugs for debian-med packages. Additionally 12 release critical bugs
> have been resolved by our members.
> So we haven't been as successful as last year but did quite good.

I'll include this into my next Debian Med Bits / Blog I plan for
January.  BTW, I consider the current freeze time as a reason for
leaving some bugs untouched.  I personally gained for some RC bugs to
try to reenable "normal" operation time again when we are free to add
new stuff etc.  For several bugs I was not that much motivated to upload
a fix to experimental which finally will require another upload to
unstable later once Wheezy is out - this seems to be ineffective and
rather leaving some bugs untouched for the moment seems a more effective
strategy.  This makes some excuse why we did not as good as last year.

Kind regards



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