Hallo! Du (Colin Watson) hast geschrieben:
>On Wed, Jan 29, 2003 at 05:16:32PM +0100, Cord Beermann wrote:
>> While looking for a fixed version of spamassassin i came across bug
>> #161077 which has been tagged as 'pending' over a month ago.
>> Maybe 'pending'-tags should be removed automatically if the new fixed
>> version doesn't appear in 2 (3,4,5) days time?
>I often use the pending tag as a note to myself that the bug is fixed in
>upstream CVS (no matter how far away upstream are from an actual
>release), so I would rather that they were left alone. It's fair enough
>to revisit them occasionally in the case of high-severity bugs, though.
| The problem described in the bug is being actively worked on, i.e. a
| solution is pending.
so it shows you that the bug is solved somewhere. But this won't help
Joe Debianuser. Even if 'pending' is there for weeks.
My opinion: If you don't want to release a fixed version for a problem,
but a solution is known, you should add that fix to the BTS and tag it
| A patch or some other easy procedure for fixing the bug is included
| in the bug logs. If there's a patch, but it doesn't resolve the bug
| adequately or causes some other problems, this tag should not be used.
'pending' in my opinion should only be used for a really short period.
Just my 2¢,
Cord Beermann cord@Wunder-Nett.org (Privat)
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