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Re: Fedora too cutting edge?

On Thu, 2008-01-10 at 01:49 +0100, Lennart Poettering wrote:
> I don't think this BZ excerpt is any good as argument for your
> point. A big share of the bugs listed for PA are duplicates. BZ is
> very good for burying people in vast amount of emails due to new or
> updated bug reports. My main job is hacking on PA, not wading through
> BZ. Which is why I tend to ignore bugzilla as good as I can and clean
> it up only just before every release.

I really appreciate what you do with pulseaudio, but I'm not quite sure
what to make of this comment.  What do you want us to do if we come
across a pulseaudio bug?

For example, when pulseaudio is running as a system-wide daemon, any
games using Alsa start to stutter after a few minutes.  In single-user
mode, they work perfectly.  I opened a bug for this a month ago
( https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=417681 ), and I've not
gotten any response yet.  Now I realize this is probably a low-priority
for you, but I guess I was hoping for at least an ACK.

Will you eventually get around to looking at it or is BZ redirected
to /dev/null for you (which is how I read the above excerpt, though it
may not be what you meant).

Please understand I'm not trying to jump on you, I just want to know the
best way of reporting a bug to you.


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