El mié, 08-09-2010 a las 01:44 +0400, dev-random@... escribió:
> On Tue, Sep 07, 2010 at 09:30:34PM +0000, Robin H. Johnson wrote:
> > This implies that the upstream is alive enough to fix it.
> > I feel it should mean that the bug has been reported to upstream, and
> > that state is documented in the bug.
> > If we keep every upstream bug open instead of closed, we'd have probably
> > another 2500 open bugs (5312 RESO/UPSTREAM in the history of Gentoo, and
> > I'm ballparking that 50% aren't actually fixed yet upstream).
> Bug may be a blocker. And marking it as RESOLVED/UPSTREAM you may
> unblock another bug (e.g. stabilization request) which should be still
> blocked because there is no fixed package in tree.
In most cases when it's really a blocker, bug will remain opened anyway
until solved or, if not possible, stabilization will be postponed.