[maemo-community] Changes in bugs.maemo.org

From: robert bauer nybauer at gmail.com
Date: Mon Dec 19 14:06:33 EET 2011
On Fri, Dec 16, 2011 at 11:35 AM, Andre Klapper <aklapper at openismus.com>wrote:

> Hi Robert,
> On Wed, 2011-12-14 at 19:09 -0500, robert bauer wrote:
> > Thanks for posting to the ML and I think you're going in the right
> > direction here.  But let's leave room for the community to discuss
> > this a bit if it wishes.
> Feedback is very welcome, that's why I dropped this a few weeks in
> advance. :)
> > First, my opinion is that the criterion should be whether Nokia wishes
> > to support rather than actively develop Maemo.  After all, we just had
> > a security update that fixed a reported bug.
> I'm not sure if one fix per year outweighs the amount of wasted time of
> bug reporters that file reports against the "official" part just to end
> up in silence, and silence is my impression recently.
Understood.  But the operating efficiency of bugzilla is not the only
consideration here.  We could make it harder for internal supporters of
maemo within Nokia to obtain funding and other benefits for the community.

> > I agree that we shouldn't take new bugs against "Official" Maemo SW if
> > Nokia plans to take no action on them.  But instead of concluding that
> > it "seems" like Nokia is not interested, why shouldn't we just ask
> > them?
> A good idea, please go ahead if you have contacts (as I wouldn't know
> who to ask).
I have.  But it's probably going to take more than a few weeks because of
the holidays and Nokia is responding slowly these days regarding maemo.  So
please wait to take action based on an affirmative decision rather than
based on inaction (even though a few weeks is ordinarily enough time).

> Rob
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