Bug#483179: reopen 483179, PTS: please do *not* link to Ubuntu Launchpad bugs page
On Fri, June 13, 2008 13:33, Ana Guerrero wrote:
> I do care about what happens in whatever part of Debian on my packages,
> but not at what happens in derivated distros.
No-one forces you to use it. If you don't find that box useful, disregard
it. I hardly find the debcheck info useful, so I ignore that box the vast
majority of the time. How hard is that?
> So please, remove the link to the ubuntu launchpad bugs and since some
What's the gain in removing the link? Adding even more derivatives? Sure!
Once there actually are too many to fit, they can of course be moved away
to a different page but that point hasn't been reached.
The point in the PTS is to improve Debian. I regularly look at Ubuntu
patches and bugs not because I have an interest to make Ubuntu better, but
only to make my own package better.
Reading your mail, your argument is "I don't care about Ubuntu". I do not
find that strong enough to make it block things that other people do care
Maybe it would help you if every box on the page would have a small [x]
button that you can click and it disappears, like some of the commercial
portal apps have. This is then stored in a cookie for your convenience.
Would that satisfy you?