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Bug#610294: Bug#599920: Cannot reproduce this bug (1/2)

Georges Khaznadar <georges.khaznadar@free.fr> writes:
> As far as I know, closing it only removes the reference from my Quality
> Assurance page. However the bug can still be reached if you have an URL
> to find it in another place, which is the case with the "artifact" in
> souceforge.net
> It will be considered as closed from the point of view of Debian
> packaging, which does not mean that everything else is already fine.

I understand why you want to clear your QA page. However,
http://www.debian.org/Bugs/Developer does say

"Debian bug reports should be closed when the problem is
fixed. Problems in packages can only be considered fixed once a
package that includes the bug fix enters the Debian archive."

Couldn't you just mark the bug report as "forwarded" and then ignore
forwarded bugs in your own bug listing?

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