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2009 Apr 09
0
Processed: Update submitter address for my bugs
Processing commands for control at bugs.debian.org: > # bugs from schepler at math.unipd.it > submitter 390095 ! Bug#390095: klash: No control keys working Changed Bug submitter from Daniel Schepler <schepler at math.unipd.it> to Daniel Schepler <dschepler at gmail.com>. > submitter 419472 ! Bug#419472: aegis: FTBFS under pbuilder even building as non-root Changed Bug submitter from...
2010 Jun 22
0
Processed: submitter 585188, submitter 585189, submitter 585190, submitter 585191, submitter 585192 ...
Processing commands for control at bugs.debian.org: > # sorry for the noise > submitter 585188 ! Bug #585188 [convirt] convirt: Python string exceptions no more allowed in Python 2.6 Changed Bug submitter to 'Sandro Tosi <morph at debian.org>' from 'Sandro Tosi <morph at ravel.debian.org>' > submitter 585189 ! Bug #585189 {Done: Julien BLACHE <jblac...
2010 Apr 14
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Processed: submitter 252771, submitter 268152, submitter 312829, submitter 418048, submitter 436960 ...
Processing commands for control at bugs.debian.org: > submitter 252771 Goswin von Brederlow <goswin-v-b at web.de> Bug #252771 [bsign] FTBFS: wrong architecture Changed Bug submitter to 'Goswin von Brederlow <goswin-v-b at web.de>' from 'Goswin von Brederlow <brederlo at informatik.uni-tuebingen.de>' > submitter 268152 Gos...
2013 Jan 26
0
Processed: switching email address
Processing commands for control at bugs.debian.org: > # bugs with submitter debian at abeckmann.de > submitter 479445 ! Bug #479445 [gnuplot] gnuplot: wrong line numbers for missing files reported during replot Changed Bug submitter to 'Andreas Beckmann <anbe at debian.org>' from 'Andreas Beckmann <debian at abeckmann.de>' > submitter 68...
2009 Mar 26
0
Processed: updating submitter e-mail address
Processing commands for control at bugs.debian.org: > # changing bug submitter e-mail address from > # dkg-debian.org at fifthhorsemannet to > # dkg at fifthhorseman.net for consolidation > submitter 318123 ! Bug#318123: [CVE-2006-0061] xlockmore: xlock segfaults with libpam-opensc, returns to user session Changed Bug submitter from Daniel Kahn Gillmor <dkg-debi...
2013 Mar 21
0
Processed (with 1 errors): Fix broken submitters (double encoded)
Processing commands for control at bugs.debian.org: > submitter 192827 Jos? Luis Gonz?lez <jlgonzal at ya.com> Bug #192827 [xdiskusage] xdiskusage: Printing doesn't manage non-ASCII characters Changed Bug submitter to 'Jos? Luis Gonz?lez <jlgonzal at ya.com>' from 'Jos?? Luis Gonz??lez <jlgonzal at ya.com>' > submitter...
2008 May 16
0
Processed: your mail
Processing commands for control at bugs.debian.org: > # changing olivier.berger at int-edu.eu to olivier.berger at it-sudparis.eu > submitter 454347 ! Bug#454347: reconfiguring twiki won't change rewrite rules Changed Bug submitter from Olivier Berger <olivier.berger at int-edu.eu> to Olivier Berger <olivier.berger at it-sudparis.eu>. > submitter 444448 ! Bug#444448: ITP: twiki-ldapcontrib -- LDAP services for TWiki...
2013 Mar 12
10
[RFC] CCing MAINTAINERS on patches by default?
With the numbers of patches flying around it can be a bit hard for a maintainer to spot patches which (s)he is expected to comment on / deal with, especially now that we have a larger number of maintainers of varying subsystems etc. I think it might be time to start asking patch submitters to CC the maintainers of the code they are touching, based on the MAINTAINERS file. If people (specifically maintainers) agree with this change then we can start by updating the "Submitting Patches" docs on the wiki etc and gently start requesting submitters to add the CCs. In the ul...
2008 Apr 14
1
Processed: submitter 475553
Processing commands for control@bugs.debian.org: > # Automatically generated email from bts, devscripts version 2.10.25 > submitter 475553 biebl@debian.org Bug#475553: Please add support for RFC 3339 high precision timestamps Changed Bug submitter from Francois Marier <francois@debian.org> to biebl@debian.org. > End of message, stopping processing here. Please contact me if you need assistance. Debian bug tracking...
2019 Aug 13
2
DANGER WILL ROBINSON, DANGER
...ld otherwise have bit 2 clear? > Who's guaranteeing that? > > This is an awfully big patch to the memory management code, buried in > the middle of a gigantic series which almost guarantees nobody would > look at it. I call shenanigans. Are you calling shenanigans on the patch submitter (which is gratuitous) or on the KVM maintainers/reviewers? It's not true that nobody would look at it. Of course no one from linux-mm is going to look at it, but the maintainer that looks at the gigantic series is very much expected to look at it and explain to the submitter that this p...
2019 Aug 13
2
DANGER WILL ROBINSON, DANGER
...ld otherwise have bit 2 clear? > Who's guaranteeing that? > > This is an awfully big patch to the memory management code, buried in > the middle of a gigantic series which almost guarantees nobody would > look at it. I call shenanigans. Are you calling shenanigans on the patch submitter (which is gratuitous) or on the KVM maintainers/reviewers? It's not true that nobody would look at it. Of course no one from linux-mm is going to look at it, but the maintainer that looks at the gigantic series is very much expected to look at it and explain to the submitter that this p...
2006 Feb 03
1
Database Foreign Key - Basic question
...9;m still waiting on my Agile Rails book to arrive - in the meantime ... As an exercise I''m making a Help Desk application. If I have a Problems table with two foreign keys to a People table, how do I set up my models, problems_controller list method, and then simply display say my problem submitter person? Here is what I have so far: Problems table with columns: id description submitter_id (foreign key to People table) assigned_to_id (foreign key to People table) etc People table with columns: id name models: class Problem < ActiveRecord::Base has_many :people c...
2007 Jul 28
0
Nested RESTful Routes and creating a object from XML
...I add the items from the has_many relationship that I get a bunch of errors. Here are the examples I am trying This works... <manual-track> <color>orange</color> <comment>This is track 3</comment> <rfi-event-id>RFI 3</rfi-event-id> <submitter>Joe</submitter> </manual-track> This doesn''t <manual-track> <color>orange</color> <comment>This is track 3</comment> <rfi-event-id>RFI 3</rfi-event-id> <submitter>Blow</submitter> <...
2012 Aug 17
2
Bug#684661: Xen BUG at pci_amd_iommu.c:33
...df >= ivrs_bdf_entries ); return ivrs_mappings[bdf].iommu; } It looks like ivrs_bdf_entries comes from ACPI. Unfortunately the bug report is a bit vague about things like stack traces etc so it's hard to say where BDF came from. Any ideas? I'll also follow up to the submitter to try and get some more details. Ian.
2012 Aug 17
2
Bug#684661: Xen BUG at pci_amd_iommu.c:33
...df >= ivrs_bdf_entries ); return ivrs_mappings[bdf].iommu; } It looks like ivrs_bdf_entries comes from ACPI. Unfortunately the bug report is a bit vague about things like stack traces etc so it's hard to say where BDF came from. Any ideas? I'll also follow up to the submitter to try and get some more details. Ian.
2005 May 14
2
[LLVMdev] debian
...kman wrote: > The second one is a "serious policy violation", which isn't as clear to > me what the bug reporter is saying, but it mentions warnings during > doxygen build and missing fonts and related issues that I'm not quite > following. (CCing the bug and thus the submitter) sounds like a missing built-depends, at least graphviz, possibly something else. Could you give us some of the error output from your build to help narrow things down? Thanks Andrew Lenharth andrewl at debian.org alenhar2 at cs.uiuc.edu
2011 Jul 29
2
[LLVMdev] git
...nline" >>> is little more than a formality. You don't really want each individual >>> commit from the local branch cherry-picked on-by-one to mainline, do >>> you? > >> Yes, I do. > > Why? Because I optimize for the code reviewer, not the patch submitter. -Chris
2008 May 22
2
Getting InvalidAuthenticityToken errors quite often
How often is the authenticity token updated? The latest error that I got was a submittal of a form, an model validation occured, I click back, make the correction, resubmit the form, then I get an InvalidAuthenticityToken error. Somewhat off topic If a person is using the authenticity tokens is there still a need to use some sort of captcha? Thanks -- Posted via http://www...
2006 Jun 28
7
[Bug 479] tunnel0 and br0
https://bugzilla.netfilter.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=479 netfilter@linuxace.com changed: What |Removed |Added ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- CC| |netfilter@linuxace.com ------- Additional Comments From netfilter@linuxace.com 2006-06-28 02:57 MET
2004 Oct 11
2
Legal questions with jCIFS 0.8.2
I work for IBM and our developers have used jCIFS 0.8.2 in our product. We are now going through legal approval and have some questions. If people submit code changes to your product, do you find out if the submitter has the right to distribute the code? If so, do they need to sign any kind of statement? I couldn't find version 0.8.2 on your web site. The legal question is how long has this version been available. And, has the license changed? Thanks much!! I look forward to hearing from you...