yofel at gmx.net
Wed Jan 27 11:44:50 UTC 2010
Newer versions of apport (the Ubuntu bug reporting application) add a
release tag to bug reports starting with Lucid Lynx 10.04 as far as I
know. You'll find these reports tagged with 'lucid'. Older 'karmic'
'jaunty' etc. tags can be added by bug reporters and triagers to make
On 01/27/2010 03:43 AM, Brian Vidal Castillo wrote:
> To fix the bug search behaviour, Launchpad MUST add the tag '9.10' when
> words like Karmic Koala are in the bug reporting or maybe include a
> field in wich the user selects the version.
> Maybe only append a '9.10' tag when 'karmic' or 'koala' are set.
> For the animal, it's not a good decission to delete it... keeping the
> animal with the adjetive is a good source of inspiration for artists and
> the comunity.
> El 10/01/10 20:53, Marco Pallotta escribió:
>> Il giorno dom, 10/01/2010 alle 20.19 +0000, Mark Ellse ha scritto:
>>> Each version of Ubuntu has, effectively, three names.
>>> For instance, the latest release is:
>>> Ubuntu Karmic or is it Ubuntu 9.10? or is it Ubuntu
>>> The presence of these three names makes it difficult to know how to
>>> search for issues with a particular version.
>>> It would be much better if each version of Ubuntu was always referred
>>> to by a single name and if two of these three ways or of referring to a
>>> version were dropped.
>> To say the truth I don't think this is a real problem. The Ubuntu
>> version is, speaking about your example, 9.10 while its codename is
>> Karmic Koala. It's a sort of Ubuntu tradition.
>> A typical user should only knows Ubuntu version (in fact from Ubuntu
>> home page you can see that you may download ubuntu 9.10 not Ubuntu
>> Karmic Koala).
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