On November 11, 2003 06:18 pm, Owen Taylor Owen Taylor <otaylor(a)redhat.com>
If you, say, think you have a fix for a bug, but are not sure
how it interacts with general fedora policy, that would be a great
subject for fedora-devel-list.
Well, I'm not a programmer, so that would not apply to me ...
If you want to ask, "I see this behavior, and I'm not sure
a bug or not", that would be a reasonable question for fedora-list.
Of *that*, I clearly understand.
If you just want to say, "hey, look, I found a bug!", that
better go to /dev/null. :-)
.. what about a bug that is still existing from Fedora Core Test3,
which still stubbornly "refuses to be quashed" and found it's
way into Fedora Core Release 1 (Yarrow)? .. and which the Red
Hatters are still interested in "killing"? ... such as the one on
the subject line of this posting ...
If people are interested in incoming bug reports, perhaps we need some
mechanism for allowing people to watch all new Fedora bug reports, such
as a specialized mailing list. But I don't think that's any of the
existing fedora lists
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