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SubjectRe: This is [Re:] How to improve the quality of the kernel[?].
On 6/19/2007 4:05 PM, Oleg Verych wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 19, 2007 at 02:48:55PM +0200, Adrian Bunk wrote:
>> The Debian BTS requires you to either write emails with control messages
>> or generating control messages with external tools.
...
>> In Bugzilla the same works through a web interface.
...
> Basic concept of Debian BTS is what i've discovered after many useless
> hours i spent in Bugzilla. And this is mainly because of one basic
> important thing, that nobody acknowledged (for newbies, like me):
>
> * E-Mail with useful MUAs, after it got reliable delivery MTAs with qmail
> (or exim) is the main communication toolset.
>
> Can't you see that from Linux's patch sending policy?

That's for developers, not for users.

There are different people involved in
- patch handling,
- bug handling (bugs are reported by end-users),
therefore don't forget that PTS and BTS have different requirements.
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Stefan Richter
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