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SubjectRe: The bugzilla story
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On Llu, 2004-12-06 at 16:26, Alexander Nyberg wrote:
> The thing is that -mm changes so fast that a bug reported can be solved
> an hour later, leaving a stale bug report for a few days (or years).
> Whoever wants to pick up the bug quite much has to mail either the
> bug-submitter asking if the bug has been resolved, mail the maintainer
> of whatever area the bug concerns or mail akpm.
>
> This leads me to thinking that bugzilla doesn't serve any functionality
> for at least -mm.

Sometimes they do - for looking back and finding when a problem came in,
or for spotting common patterns. They are less useful but not of no use

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