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Re: RFS: tinyscheme




<atehwa@sange.fi> wrote in message 20060303073443.GC553@medborgon.saunalahti.fi">news:20060303073443.GC553@medborgon.saunalahti.fi...
On Thu, Mar 02, 2006 at 04:27:54PM -0500, Joe Smith wrote:
"Panu Kalliokoski" <atehwa@sange.fi> wrote in message
20060302080217.GJ19825@juiblex.it.helsinki.fi">news:20060302080217.GJ19825@juiblex.it.helsinki.fi...
>Yup, seems the ITP was erronously closed by some totally unrelated
>control message... if I understand correctly.  Anyway, I contacted the
>submitter of the ITP.
If  you are talking about
http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=234854 then:
Yes and no. AFAICT it was originally closed by error, but it was then
reopened. Later it was closed
again because there was no activity for over a year.

Okay, thanks for the explanation.  Is there some way I could have
gathered this information from the bts?

Panu
Yes. You need to just read that page closely.
An important line to notice is "Bug reopened, originator not changed."
Clciking on the full text link nearby may give you some clue as to why it was reopened. in this case the message says "bah.", so it would seem like a typo was the reason it was closed the first time.

Then the next message exxplains that the bug has been re-closed, and why.

Normally it is not difficult to see what happened, but that was slightly harder simply beacuse there were no messages between the re-opening and the re-closing.



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