On Tue, 2005-01-18 at 10:23 -0500, seth vidal wrote: > > Jeff, you must be having a bad day. I would normally not even respond > > to this type of message, but you seem to be doing this a lot. > > > > Your response to a posting for a problem that happen just this morning > > is just rude. We do not have the insight that you do to know that a > > developer is working on a problem "right now". I just did a cvs > > checkout of the NetworkManager. > > Well, to be fair to jeff, I noticed the same problem this morning and I > went to bugzilla first, searched on wireless-tools in the fedora core > product and found it in a few seconds. I added myself to the bug report > and watched from there. > > I knew that it was being worked on b/c of that. Ok, thanks for the insight. I'll do that also from now on. I understand that the load for the developers is great, and we need to do our home work a bit better. What is the protocol to posting to the test list? Is it after a bug has been filed? Or looked for and not found? Thanks. And I apologize Jeff. -- Brian Millett - [ Sinclair, "And the Sky Full of Stars"] "When I looked at those ships, I...I didn't just see my death. I saw the death of the whole damn human race."
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