Bug Day/2012

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Be prepared for Bug Day, the 17st of November 2012!

Bug stats

Number of bugs:

Project At beginning At end Closed
Arch Linux N N 0
Community N N 0
Pacman N N 0
AUR N N 0
Release Engineering N N 0
Total N N 0


Indications:

  • Please use the bug title for the links' names, so that we do not need to click on the link to know what a bug is about.

Little helper script

  • If you have fixed a bug, enclose it with <s></s> tags.
  • Ensure bugs are assigned to the right person (package maintainers do change sometimes).
  • Ensure bugs are in the right top-level project (Release Engineering, Pacman, etc.).
  • If fixes are provided for some bugs, please test and report them as fixed.

Installer

System

Packages

[core]

Decision?

Status?

Trivial fixes

[extra]

Decision?

Status?

Trivial fixes

Orphan bugs

  • FS#32071 [ibus] split into ibus and libibus, in order to not affect other
  • FS#31071 [pmount] Add bash completion
  • FS#27432 [mod_wsgi] build using python version 3

[community]

Status?

Trivial fixes

Orphan Bugs

Upstream bugs

No response

Status?

  • FS#21228 - [texlive-core] Document compile problem

Website

Status?

  • FS#15865 - {bugtracker} attached files should have a MIME type attached/sent

Pacman

No promises on fixing these on bug day, but if any of the pacman devs or ML readers are around these would be good candidates to look at, especially if you like C and shell script coding more than fixing the above bugs.

Old Bugs (Bugs open before 2012-01-01)

See also