What about the non-critical bugs?
dktrkranz at ubuntu.com
Sun Mar 7 19:07:03 GMT 2010
Il giorno Sun, 07 Mar 2010 17:20:00 +0100
David Henningsson <diwic at ubuntu.com> ha scritto:
> Perhaps adding a lucid-smallbugfixes (that should be opt-in, not
> opt-out, or there wouldn't be a difference between that and
> lucid-updates) or somehow have one or many ppas that we dedicate to
> this purpose?
SRU process  states that bugs that "have an obviously safe patch and
affect an application rather than critical infrastructure packages
(like X.org or the kernel)" could be candidate for an update.
When I was a motu-sru member, I approved several non-critical bugs if
more users required such a fix, and nobody complained as long as the
test phase was conducted correctly.
I think the best approach would be keeping the same SRU process as we
already have, eventually extending it to other bugs with high user
interaction (i.e. papercut bugs).
: :' : Luca Falavigna <dktrkranz at ubuntu.com>
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