Launchpad bug handling after committing upstream fix

Liam Ryan liamryandev at
Thu Oct 12 14:53:21 UTC 2017

On Thu, Oct 12, 2017 at 11:05:41AM +0200, Ross Gammon wrote:
> On 10/10/2017 04:23 PM, Liam Ryan wrote:
> > I've committed a fix for a very minor bug upstream (
> > ).
> > I'm wondering what the procedure is from here? Do I leave the bug
> > assigned to me? Is there a status for "pending upstream" that I don't
> > have access to? 
> >
> > Thanks, 
> > Liam
> >
> >
> Hi Liam,
> Dimitry has already updated the bug with the correct statuses. There is
> nothing more to do at the moment other than wait. Ubuntu 17.10 will be
> released next week, and only severe bugs will be fixed in the meantime.
> Once upstream do the next release, normally Debian will package it, and
> then it will automatically be synced to the next Ubuntu Development
> release. But because in this case, there is currently a difference/delta
> between the Debian version and the Ubuntu version (you can see "ubuntu"
> in the package version), it will be necessary to do a merge. Read more
> about it here:
> Regards,
> Ross
Thanks Ross and Dimitri, apologies for not responding sooner
I've been struggling with getting mutt to play nicely with gpg. I'll
read up on the process and look for something a bit meatier for my next
patch attempt


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