[Bug 387778] Re: Incorrect application entry for bacula-console-qt

Kern Sibbald kern at sibbald.com
Tue Jun 16 21:12:09 BST 2009

On Tuesday 16 June 2009 21:46:08 Martin Kalén wrote:
> 2009/6/16 Kern Sibbald <kern at sibbald.com>
> > 1. Your bug emails generated by your system apparently don't take into
> > account
> > that there may be more one place we get bug emails.  I recommend that you
> > add
> > something like "Launchpad.bacula" or something like that to the Subject
> > line
> > as all other bug systems do.
> Sorry for the noise, as a public Ubuntu bug reporter I was not aware that
> Launchpad would spam people upstream before someone at Ubuntu had triaged
> the bug.

Sorry I should have been more specific.

No need for you to be sorry as a reporter of a problem (at least that is what 
I imagine).  It has something to do with the lauchpad system that I haven't 
yet figured out.

> > 2. Bug reports should never be directly addressed to people receiving
> > them in
> > a copy form -- as is the case for me.  It is very confusing.
> Indeed - I was just as confused when your Launchpad reply first appeared to
> be a private e-mail reply.
> 4. The problem appears to be that the packaging of Bacula was incorrectly
> > done.  Bacula should be configured and built prior to packaging, and the
> > configuration *must* correspond to the exact same places the packager is
> > going to install files.  Otherwise you introduce packing bugs as you have
> > here.
> Thanks for your clarification. Obviously the Ubuntu (or Debian) package
> maintainer needs to fix this.

Yes, someone should figure out some way to test these things, but with GUIs it 
is not so easy :-(

> I hope you succeed in unsubscribing from the Launchpad notifications 


> and 
> once again my apologies for generating noise.

For the apologies, thanks, no harm done, but as I said, it is not your



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