With all the facts so nicely laid out, it definitely is worth a blog entry.
I would paint it as "a day in the life of community-driven QA" and focus on
the whole story. With a short sentence on how the patch we ignored caused
some problems in that other distro with a link to the ubuntu leak story.
That way makes sure it will get connected and indexed in the right context
but readers will see that this is really just sth worth mentioning, not
I can write it on my blog (http://jan.wildeboer.net
) as google seemingly
likes my blog and puts it quite high in its ranking.
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Sent: Tue Apr 27 20:33:58 2010
Subject: Re: Quick heads-up: Ubuntu memory leak issue
On Tue, 2010-04-27 at 23:30 +0100, Adam Williamson wrote:
However, Ubuntu and Fedora took different approaches to fixing it.
Ubuntu seems to have jumped on one of Jesse Barnes' early attempts to
fix the problem (Jesse works for RH, hence the Red Hat link). In the
Correction: Jesse in fact works for Intel. Apologies for the mistake.
Thanks to Matthew Garrett for the correction.
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