Common situations where a bug isn't real

Dario Ruellan dario.ruellan at
Tue Jun 24 13:16:50 UTC 2014

> > "Its software has not been packaged by Ubuntu, but by a third party."
> Agree
> > that can't be fixable by Ubuntu, but, it is still a Pepercut
> If and only if you work with upstream/third-party to fix it.  That's
> outside the realm of Ubuntu bug triage and probably papercuts...
No, it was a confusion from my part: you can have a third-party app
packaged by Ubuntu, like Rhythmbox, and its OK to contact upstream to try
fix a bug. But if the app is not in Ubuntu repositories it is pointless. I
agree that this kind of bug not worth the effort.

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