Using tags to describe distribution patches, call for comments

Ted Gould ted at
Mon Nov 19 17:33:38 GMT 2007

On Mon, 2007-11-19 at 15:22 +0100, Sebastien Bacher wrote:
> A first list of suggested tags to use:
> * Ubuntu: launchpad_uri

Perhaps we could use a shorthand here like "lp:1234" instead of the full
Launchpad URI?

> The corresponding Ubuntu bug number
> * Upstream: upstream_uri

Does having this imply that it has been submitted upstream?  Should we
have a tag for that?  I was thinking that if we make it an explicit tag
perhaps we could ask the launchpad guys to add a bug if a package has it
set to false.  That way in the flurry of a release patches could be
added, but they'd still be tracked.


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