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ping kernel maintainer's: question of a bug status



hallo

it's about Bugzilla Bug 229968

reading and trying to understand what is mentioned under "upstream" from
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/page.cgi?id=fields.html#bug_status

i'm currently unsure what "fixed upstream" definitively means and need
some help.

if upstream in this case means ~one of the next kernels~ it should be
fixed right now, or am i wrong ? - up to now i pasted two kernels,
without luck, but i don't want to raise bureaucracy -

am i right in thinking of "kernel bug fixing" goes:
rawhide kernel -> bug -> redhat/fedora bz -> "fixed upstream" -> (one of
the) next rawhide kernel.

or do i miss a step in this line ?

another question: new kernel mailing list
i can imagine that it's also created to save some workload raised by the need of "visual grep-ing" test -or -devel lists for kernel related issues.

so where to put my stuff if i test a kernel: kernel- or test-list ?

--
     ronald


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