Re: closing bug#21739 + #22912 in xfstt
There are no easy answers ;-). I tend to close bugs as soon as
they have been installed on the master ftp archive, based on the
principle that the package, it's bugs, and release schedule are
mostly independent of Debian's release engineering process.
In the future, if we do implement a constantly updated
pre-release and unstable trees, rather than the ad-hoc releases we
have had, then this would still work.
The alternative is to have additional categories, for example,
bugs-fixed-in-nmu and bugs-fixed-in-unstable.
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