Patrick Schoenfeld <firstname.lastname@example.org> (03/08/2009): > That is simply not true. It might be that Ubuntu doesn't give back as > much as Debian would like. Or “as they pretend to” : | When a bug is reported in the Debian bug tracking system and then later | fixed in Ubuntu, the fixes are often automatically communicated back | directly to the debian bug system. Patches are also published | automatically on patches.ubuntu.com. The long term goal of that work is | to ensure that patches made by the full-time Ubuntu team members are | immediately also included in debian packages where the debian maintainer | likes the work. 1. http://www.ubuntu.com/community/ubuntustory/Debian That might be the point of various people out here, not necessarily mine. (It might be that Ubuntu doesn't fix that many bugs, too.) Mraw, KiBi.
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