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Re: Idea for maintaining packages up for adoption

On Tue, Jul 19, 2005 at 01:52:07PM +0200, Benjamin BAYART wrote:
No. They would submit patches, or via the bug tracking system, or via an
rcs. The main difference is the result produced:
- with the bug tracking system, you have a patch which sleeps there for
 years, waiting for someone to care

Because, of course, the debian bts is inaccessible to everyone but
debian deelopers...

- with an rcs, you have an updated repository available to everybody,
 and which will be used later by a Debian developper to make a package
 upload quickly.

Of course, the developer would never know to do that because there isn't
a bts entry.

Mike Stone

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