Bugs without a package

Mike Rooney mrooney at gmail.com
Thu Sep 11 23:13:05 UTC 2008

On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 5:40 PM, Brian Murray <brian at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Recently there has been some fantastic progress made with the pile of
> bugs without a package, however the numbers are starting to creep back
> up.

Are you referring to only New bugs? I guess what I am specifically
wondering is how are we figuring bugs for which "ubuntu" is actually
correct into this mix, such as needs-packaging, and probably a few
other cases. We don't want to consider all packageless bugs bad if
they aren't all...well...bad. At least for statistical purposes we
don't want the bad (needs work) and not bad (are fine) bugs lumped
together I imagine.

When you speak of the 430 bugs are you implicitly removing bugs with
needs-packaging and anything else in a similar situation? If I am just
missing something please feel free to enlighten me :)

Mike Rooney
mrooney at gmail.com

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