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    SubjectRe: kernel bugzilla
    Alexey Dobriyan <adobriyan@gmail.com> wrote:
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    > On Saturday 18 June 2005 01:39, Andrew Morton wrote:
    > > We should encourage people to use bugzilla as the initial
    > > entry-point. But if someone instead uses email as the first contact I'm
    > > just a little bit reluctant to say "thanks, now go and try again".
    > >
    > > Perhaps we could find some nice volunteer (hint) who could take the task of
    > > transferring such reports into bugzilla.
    >
    > Andrew, I'm going to file
    >
    > Subject: 2.6.12: connection tracking broken?
    > Subject: 2.6.12 cpu-freq conservative governor problem
    > Subject: PROBLEM: libata + sata_sil on sil3112 dosen't work proper
    > Subject: [2.6.12] x86-64 IO-APIC + timer doesn't work
    >
    > around monday evening if there would be no activity.

    Sounds good, thanks - let us know how it goes.

    It'll need to be coordinated with the reporter in some way. It may end up
    too confusing.

    > Do I understand correctly that the procedure is
    >
    > 1. Search for duplicates
    > 2. Choose category
    > 3. Add "From: Joe Reporter <>" at the beginning, copy-paste email.
    > 4. Add Joe and relevant lists to CC.
    > 5. Profi^WCommit
    >
    > and bugzilla won't shoot unsuspecting guys afterwards?

    I think so. I've never entered a bug ;)
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