End users nominating bugs for the next release?
hobbsee at kubuntu.org
Thu Aug 30 03:00:04 BST 2007
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Scott James Remnant wrote:
> It's only been a week since it was filed, which has had a (UK) public
> holiday and a Milestone release in it -- so it's not unreasonable that
> it has no reply yet.
I don't think that's what he was referring to at all, I think you've
misread this mail. He's asking whether it's OK for him to use the
nominate for release section, as the bug in question is for gutsy only,
and needs to be fixed there, and whether that's the best procedure to
follow. He's not whining about it not having been fixed yet.
You can also subscribe ubuntu-main-sponsors, as it has a patch attached
to it. It will get allocated out, probably directly back to Scott.
You're welcome to use the nominate for release, and a member of
~ubuntu-dev will go through and approve or decline the nominations.
Currently, the more effective way is to use the sponsorship queue. The
universe version is documented at
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU/Contributing and main works in a similar way.
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