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  1. wnpp tags "ita" and "rm"

    -- rm
    i noticed this bug [1] is the only wnpp bug using
    the type "rm" for removal. is this an official
    type that scripts talking to BTS should support?
    is it documented somewhere? is it a bug in the bug
    report?

    -- ita
    i noticed the "intent to adopt" tag is not mentioned
    on [2] though used frequently. is this on purpose?
    if not can somebody witha free minute add it?
    i don't have write access to that page.



    sebastian


    [1] http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=453466
    [2] http://www.debian.org/devel/wnpp/#l2


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  2. Re: wnpp tags "ita" and "rm"

    Hi Sebastian,
    * Sebastian Pipping [2008-01-15 15:58]:
    > -- rm
    > i noticed this bug [1] is the only wnpp bug using
    > the type "rm" for removal. is this an official
    > type that scripts talking to BTS should support?
    > is it documented somewhere? is it a bug in the bug
    > report?


    In general this is only used to express why the package
    should be removed without forcing people to read the whole
    bug log. I think supporting the possible RM tags would be
    nice. The meanings are explained on:
    http://ftp-master.debian.org/removals.html
    (top of the page)

    > -- ita
    > i noticed the "intent to adopt" tag is not mentioned
    > on [2] though used frequently. is this on purpose?


    I guess yes since this part is about adding a new wnpp bug.
    And adding a bug with ITA as tag does not make much sense.
    It is documented on http://www.debian.org/devel/wnpp/#l3.

    > if not can somebody witha free minute add it?
    > i don't have write access to that page.


    It may not hurt to add it with an explanation on the wnpp
    site. Just file a wishlist bug against www.debian.org if you
    want this.

    Kind regards
    Nico
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  3. Re: wnpp tags "ita" and "rm"

    reassign 453466 ftp.debian.org
    thanks

    On Tue, Jan 15, 2008 at 03:56:35PM +0100, Sebastian Pipping wrote:
    > -- rm
    > i noticed this bug [1] is the only wnpp bug using
    > the type "rm" for removal. is this an official
    > type that scripts talking to BTS should support?
    > is it documented somewhere? is it a bug in the bug
    > report?


    As the bug log shows, this is a result of a misspelled keyword. Removal
    bugs are supposed to be assigned to ftp.debian.org.

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  4. Re: wnpp tags "ita" and "rm"

    On Tue, 2008-01-15 at 15:56 +0100, Sebastian Pipping wrote:
    > -- rm
    > i noticed this bug [1] is the only wnpp bug using
    > the type "rm" for removal. is this an official
    > type that scripts talking to BTS should support?
    > is it documented somewhere? is it a bug in the bug
    > report?
    >
    > -- ita
    > i noticed the "intent to adopt" tag is not mentioned
    > on [2] though used frequently. is this on purpose?
    > if not can somebody witha free minute add it?
    > i don't have write access to that page.


    Well, there's really no official thing on the wnpp bug titles. I've been
    working on the past on this, you can see some explanation on:
    http://people.debian.org/~damog/wnpp...ed-titles.html

    If you think on adding such new title conventions, please talk first to
    -wnpp or on -qa.

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  5. Re: wnpp tags "ita" and "rm"

    Nico Golde wrote:
    >> i noticed the "intent to adopt" tag is not mentioned
    >> on [2] though used frequently. is this on purpose?

    >
    > I guess yes since this part is about adding a new wnpp bug.
    > And adding a bug with ITA as tag does not make much sense.
    > It is documented on http://www.debian.org/devel/wnpp/#l3.


    makes sense. thank you!




    sebastian


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