farrisg at cc.mala.bc.ca
Fri Nov 10 16:16:25 GMT 2006
On Fri, 2006-10-11 at 11:22 -0200, Evandro Fernandes Giovanini wrote:
> You should file bugs for two reasons:
> 1) the developers can only fix them if they know about them. They might
> need debug information from your system.
> 2) the Ubuntu developers can check if there are still critical bugs in
> Beagle, and most importantly they can check the number of people
> affected by such bugs. If that number is too high then it's unlikely to
> be turned on by default. Personal reports on mailing lists are much less
> I did a quick search on GNOME's bugzilla and couldn't find any bug
> similar to what you described.
Thanks. I think just the few comments on Beagle just in this thread
have pretty much confirmed everything that people have been seeing. It
looks like Tracker may be a better way forward, at least in the near
Also I wasn't interested in added bug reports as I specifically asked
about Beagle in Feisty.
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