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    SubjectRe: lkml,
    On Tue, Dec 03, 2002 at 02:24:04AM -0500, wrote:
    > Out of curiosity, is it preferred that if bugs/patches get found, that they
    > be posted here, to the Bugzilla database, or both? I've been putting them
    > at both places, so there's discussion here and a history there...

    - simple things like compile errors
    here. no need to clog up bugzilla with lots of trivial things.

    - architecture xxx doesn't compile
    there's a few of these now in bugzilla, and personally I don't think
    they belong there. Any arch other than i386 is always going to be
    playing catchup, and is nearly always out of date in mainline.

    - trivial patches
    send to rusty, cc here.

    - anything else
    here. if you don't get a quick-fix, bugzilla it too.
    this way important bugs won't get lost amongst the archives.
    (as long as bugzilla remains usable)

    whilst on the subject of bugzilla:
    a few people (myself included) go through the bug database once a week
    or so pruning out-of-date/fixed entries. So far the ones I've closed have
    been quite sensible, but there are a few there of the form..

    "xxx doesn't work in 2.5.47", then Rusty's module rewrite happened,
    and the tester didn't (or couldn't) see if it got fixed in subsequent
    kernels. I'll send out pings to such reports when they get to something
    like 5 kernels old. If the problem then doesn't get re-ACKed, I'll
    close it. Any objections?


    | Dave Jones.
    | SuSE Labs
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