El sáb, 14-04-2012 a las 12:42 -0300, Alexis Ballier escribió:
> On Sat, 14 Apr 2012 13:02:27 +0200
> Pacho Ramos <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hello
> > From time to time I see old bug reports that are still wrongly opened
> > and referring to old packages no longer in the tree. Would be possible
> > to add a way to periodically check for bugs referring in summary to
> > obsolete packages and, then, allow us to have a cleaner bug list?
> -1, you really cant automate this.
> - for eg, keyword req, the version doesnt really matter and is usually
> just there to help but should really be read as latest version;
> closing/ignoring the bug while the latest version still lacks the
> keywords is just wrong.
> - for stablereq, that's a different story
> - for other bugs, some may have been fixed independently upstream, but
> usually, they dont fix by themselves, so if a bug didnt get
> attention, chances are its still valid.
> moreover, doing this, you'll just encourage people not to fill the
> IOW: If you want a cleaner bug list, ignore stable/kw reqs, then pay
> attention to your bugs and fix them :)
It's not for versions, only package names (there are still bugs
referring to already removed packages for months)