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On 03/14/2010 10:56 AM, Ryan Hill wrote:
> On Sat, 13 Mar 2010 19:07:41 +0200
> Petteri Räty <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> When a bug is marked as fixed it doesn't show up in searches developers
>> use so it's a matter of who reads the email and acts upon it. I don't
>> see why maintainers would be any more likely to act than an arch team
>> comprised of multiple people in the case of bigger arches.
> Hasn't the running theme for the last couple weeks been about not touching
> packages you don't maintain and aren't throughly familiar with? ;)
> Anyways, it's simply not the arch team's job to fix the issues that pop up
> unless they somehow caused them. If there's a bug in the ebuild an arch
> tester missed it's the maintainer who is responsible for fixing it.
You misunderstood what I meant. The action I am talking about is
reopening the bug. Any developer who notices that a bug should be
reopened should reopen it so it gets noticed.