[maemo-users] Good stock answers (was Re: N810 Now Resets Very Frequently)

From: Aniello Del Sorbo anidel at gmail.com
Date: Wed Jul 16 15:10:34 EEST 2008
On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 1:55 PM, Kalle Valo <kalle.valo at nokia.com> wrote:
> "ext Aniello Del Sorbo" <anidel at gmail.com> writes:
>> About the "always", I too suggest it should be there.
> My point was that the meaning of the word "always" is not precise. It
> would be a lot better if the bug report says "always, tested two
> times". That way I can know that the bug might need to be tested quite
> a few times before seeing it.
>> For example bug #3304 can be always reproduced. No matter what
>> software you've installed or if it a fresh install.
> Of course there are bugs which have probability of 100%, I guess most
> of the bugs are like that. But there are also tricky bugs which have,
> for example, a probability of 10% and that's why it's important to know
> how many times the reporter has tested it.
> This is the reason why I prefer always to use M/N notation. But this
> is a minor issue, we shouldn't waste too much time on this.

Yup. It's clear what you mean.
I support the notation then.


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