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Bug#550145:

my.bugreports (Bugzilla)
Package: klettres
Version: 4:4.3.1-1
Severity: normal

Should I still report bugs concerning KDE to the Debian BTS and then connect them to the KDE bug
(so people know about this bug) or should I report those bugs to KDEs BTS only?

Erik



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Bug#550145:

armin (Bugzilla)-3
On Thu, 08 Oct 09 01:07, Erik wrote:
> Should I still report bugs concerning KDE to the Debian BTS and then connect them to the KDE bug
> (so people know about this bug) or should I report those bugs to KDEs BTS only?

In the end this is your decision. We do not mind, if you just open
upstream bugs upstream and not CC the Debian bts.

Thanks and greetings,
Armin



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Re: Bug#550145:

Sune Vuorela-4
In reply to this post by my.bugreports (Bugzilla)
On Thursday 08 October 2009 01:07:15 you wrote:
> Package: klettres
> Version: 4:4.3.1-1
> Severity: normal
>
> Should I still report bugs concerning KDE to the Debian BTS and then
>  connect them to the KDE bug (so people know about this bug) or should I
>  report those bugs to KDEs BTS only?

Hi!

Thanks for asking. Unless it is a matter that requires urgent attention from
the Debian packagers, filing them in KDEs BTS only is preferred.

It is not bugs that we will fix in debian, but bugs that should be fixed by
the application developers who looks at KDE BTS and not anywhere else.
By filing these bugs in both places, the Debian packagers need to remember to
close the bugs as well (which we sometimes forget, as finding the right ones
among the ~1000 open bugs we have to search thru not always works)

Urgent attention would be bugs that in Debian BTS would be filed with serious,
grave or critical severities.

/Sune
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