Stable Release Updates policy
ajmitch at ubuntu.com
Wed Nov 8 20:21:34 GMT 2006
On Mon, Nov 06, 2006 at 07:31:24PM -0800, Daniel Holbach wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> Am Dienstag, den 31.10.2006, 15:26 +1100 schrieb William Grant:
> > * The motu-sru team and the author of the debdiff remain as bug contacts for
> > the package for at least the following 2 weeks in order to get
> > notifications of any regressions.
> I'd personally like this better: "As the author of the debdiff or the
> person acknowledging the patch, please set yourself as a bug contact for
> the package for at least the following 2 weeks in order to get
> notifications of any regressions."
> Asking the motu-sru team to be bug contact for a bunch of packages might
> be adding a bit much to their workload.
> What do you think?
The intent of having both was to make sure that any regressions are
caught by people who have time & the ability to upload a fix quickly, if
needed. Staying as bug contact, rather than subscribing to the bug
directly, means that the SRU team would be able to see any further
regressions that get reported as separate bugs.
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