bugzilla bugzappers?

Andy Shevchenko andy.shevchenko at gmail.com
Thu Nov 4 08:08:23 UTC 2010

As far as I understand the process you might just recheck your bug
report against last official release and bump version in the
corresponding field if the bug is still reproducible.

Otherwise, no-one is interested to improve 2-3years old _desktop_ system.

On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 10:41 PM, Bert Desmet <bert at devnox.be> wrote:
> hi!
> This is something I got in my mail box today.
> As I don't have a valid answer for this, maybe someone else can answer for me?
> cheers, Bert
> the url of the blog of the guy: http://www.krisbuytaert.be/blog/
> == the mail ==
> Dear Fedoracommunity,
> Over the course of the day I recieved 22^3 mails from your friendly Bug Zapper.
> Most of those bugs where bugs I had reported upon crashes using
> bug-buddy. Bugs on different desktop tools such as .. synergy,
> evolution, gwibber , gnome-settings and probably some others
> I do understand that I development goes on and on .. and your fancy
> devs don't care anymore about
> bugs I reported on Fedora 12 as they are all hacking on Fedora 15.
> But what I don't get is that non of these bugs was ever touched,
> they've been automatically created , and automatically closed
> <a href="http://tieguy.org/blog/2004/09/">Luis</a> already told us
> ages ago .. that every project needs a bugmaster  apparently Fedora
> replaced that bugmaster with a Bug Zapper.
> So can someone please explain my why I should continue to try to
> improve Fedora by reporting bugs ?
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With Best Regards,
Andy Shevchenko

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