On Thu, 25 Dec 2008 18:05:17 -0800
Russ Allbery <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> José Luis González <email@example.com> writes:
> > Package: general
> > Severity: important
> > I am filing this bug so that this is resolved. According to the
> > description in that file (bug-maint-info.txt) this bug isn't RC as well
> > despite it permits RC bugs to remain in Debian as explained above. A
> > solution would be to include a directive in the Debian Policy that
> > requires any RC problem be marked as serious.
> I'm a little confused by this bug report, but as near as I can tell, your
> concern is that you don't think you can re-open RC bugs that were
> mistakenly closed long enough that they've been archived.
No, it is not.
> As already
> explained, this is indeed possible; you just have to unarchive them first.
I know. The bug was filed before I got Sven's response from
#227941. Please, see my message afterwards to this report (#10.)
> Bug #227941 is a request for a wontfix status in the BTS and as near as I
> can tell is entirely unrelated to your concern.
> It seems like your remaining issue is that the unarchive command is not
> documented in bug-maint-info.txt, which is part of the doc-debian
> package. This command is now documented, not in bug-maint-info.txt, but
> in bug-maint-mailcontrol.txt, to which the other document refers.
It is only documented in testing and sid. The document in stable doesn't
mention unarchive. Please, see message #10 in this report and bug
> Accordingly, I think this bug has already been addressed and should be
I don't think so. I have retitled it so that it is more clear. If you
still don't understand with the new title what it is about, please, see
my message to control. If you still don't understand after reading my
note to the retitling message, ask and I will clarify further.