Re: please help.
Tony, you are the lucky recipient of the navidad virus. Figure out how
to remove it.
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* ?????K <firstname.lastname@example.org> [001117 23:40]:
> My inbox has literally exploded with bugs since I released 4.0.1. Perhaps
> 100 or more have been filed.
> The bugs are coming in faster than I can do triage on them.
> I am literally overwhelmed.
> I would appreciate it if those on this list could do what they can as
> described on the X Strike Force page in the bugs section.
> 3 things would help:
> 1) downgrade RC bugs to normal or wishlist; the very few *actual* RC
> problems will percolate back up
> 2) mail people (using email@example.com) complaining about
> XFree86 -configure or xf86cfg that these tools are still in heavy
> development and useless right now (which isn't true in general, but is for
> the people who watch them segfault and then just file a grave bug report
> about it)
> 3) mail people (using firstname.lastname@example.org) complaining about X
> server crashes requesting that they mail email@example.com with:
> A) /sbin/lspci | grep VGA
> B) /var/log/XFree86.0.log
> C) /etc/X11/XF86Config-4
> This is of course not necessary for the very few people who already
> provided all of this information in their bug report.
> 4) Ask people who don't seem to understand the meaning of "unstable" in
> "Debian unstable" to please go back to using the RELEASED version of
> Debian, so as to free up developer resources for preparing next version,
> instead of dealing with redundant, and unhelpful, bug reports.
> Please conduct all correspondence with bug submitters via the
> bugnum-submitter address so that I can stay abreast of what's going on.
> Please conduct all correspondence with me about a particular bug via the
> bugnum address. CC'ing debian-x is fine if it is a problem of general
> Thanks very much for your efforts.
> G. Branden Robinson | If you wish to strive for peace of soul,
> Debian GNU/Linux | then believe; if you wish to be a
> firstname.lastname@example.org | devotee of truth, then inquire.
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