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| On Thursday, Apr 06, 2006 at 03:34:08PM +0200, Adriaan de Groot wrote:
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| To: kde-devel@kde.org
| From: Adriaan de Groot
| Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2006 15:34:08 +0200
| Subject: Re: Coverity Open Source Defect Scan of KDE
|
| On Thursday 06 April 2006 15:08, Jaison Lee wrote:
| > On 4/5/06, Ben Chelf wrote:
| > > Right now, we're guarding access to the actual defects that we report
| > > If this interests
| > > you, please feel free to register on our site or email me directly.
| >
| > Registration is fine. But asking for the registrant's phone number is
| > a little much. :/
|
| Guys, before you blow this up too much, Aaron, Dirk and myself are on "the
| inside" already with these checks and are helping Coverity's technical side
| resolve the build problems they had. The results are quite interesting (as
| in, *hundreds* of little bugs along the lines of what Christoph announced
| yesterday on -core-devel), but need filtering to find the "real" problems --
| there are false positives.
|

Thanks for the update!

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