Bug in libgnomecanvas, where should it be reported?

Joe Smith yasumoto7 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 31 21:26:45 UTC 2008

I've got a debdiff attached to
have linked to what might be a related Debian bug. I'll probably open
a new Debian bug in libgnomecanvas and see if I can get that merged in up
there once I have some time.

Joe Smith
Student Network Technician
Chapman University IS&T

On Sat, Oct 18, 2008 at 9:07 AM, Vincenzo Ciancia <ciancia at di.unipi.it>wrote:

> A bug was recently discovered in libgnomecanvas ubuntu that makes
> xournal (perhaps the most important application for tablet PCs in
> ubuntu) not work very well. Notice that it is the only open bug in
> xournal in ubuntu.
> The bug is reported here
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xournal/+bug/284530
> and the upstream coder provided an explanation for the bug which is in
> libgnomecanvas and also a solution. However, he is worried that there
> might not be developers actively working on libgnomecanvas in ubuntu: he
> asked me
> I don't think that
> anyone's monitoring libgnomecanvas bugs for Ubuntu though - is there any
> way to contact an actual person who's maintaining the package ?
> (or is this because libgnomecanvas is auto-imported from Debian? in that
> case that must mean Debian also got the bug, and one needs to figure out
> how to report things there... it's a libgnomecanvas bug but xournal is
> almost the only application affected by it, so we can't rely on other
> libgnomecanvas users to report it for us).
> I don't know the answer myself, what should be done to get this fixed?
> Please someone take care of this.
> Thank you
> Vincenzo
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