Happy New Year Everyone!
In my prior experience I was expected to keep any problem reports I
filed (like bug reports) followed up on and make sure they got closed.
For me it's a long established habit.
I like to keep my bugzilla list short. Sometimes bugs that I have filed
are fixed without without being closed. They just hang around until they
age out of the system and someone closes them.
Sometimes, bugs just age and age because I have updated them to be
applicable to the current version of Fedora, but no one has had time to
look at them. This isn't a criticism. I understand the some bugs are low
priority for a number of good reasons.
Today I sent some e'mails to the assignees of some bugs that I think
should be closed because they are fixed, have been superseded by another
bug, or in one case the application was retired.
I re-read the pages in the wiki on bug reports and the topic of closing
bugs seems missing except for "end of life"
Question: Is this an okay thing to do? I asked this once before in the
context of a particular bug and the recommendation was that I should
send an e'mail to the assignee. I just want to determine if this is a
good general case practice.
Have a Great Day!
On Wed, 2020-01-01 at 18:25 +0000, rawhide(a)fedoraproject.org wrote:
> Announcing the creation of a new nightly release validation test event
> for Fedora 32 Rawhide 20200101.n.0.
Happy New Year, everyone! :D
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