Re: Closing bugs tagged as $oldstable
On Mon, Jul 31, 2006 at 04:36:24PM +0200, Daniel Leidert wrote:
> Short question, because I wasn't successful to find the answer myself:
> How are bugs treated, that are tagged as $oldstable (currently woody)?
Since version tracking is implemented , all the "distribution tags"
mean "this bug should get fixed here (so don't archive the bug)"
instead of "this bug applies here".
> When these bugs can be closed?
When $oldstable gets a fixed package, or the maintainer no longer
intends to persue such a fix.
> Or do they have to stay open for all the time?
I suppose so (*wonders if there will be an $etch+1 tag*).
> How do you treat such bugs?
I'll note that many times these distribution tags may have been set
before the version tracking was implemented (or before the person
setting the tag knew how to use it). So, if there's reason to believe
this, and reason to believe that the maintainer doesn't actually
intend to support woody, then the tag could be removed.