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Re: Question: easy way to watch new bugs

On Sat, 8 Mar 2008, Matej Cepl wrote:

> On 2008-03-07, 15:23 GMT, Arne Chr. Jorgensen wrote:
> > Spent 3 days with Fedora9-alpha on server and laptops - refuses
> > to run.  There a plenty of bugs, but difficult for me to report
> > everything.
> a) Fedora 9alpha was in some departments really bad -- so
>    immediately when you are somehow able to you should upgrade.
>    Huge amount of fixes etc. went to Rawhide in meantime, so
>    aside from making (hopefully) our system more working, it
>    makes it also more relevant to the developers.
> b) Sorry, life is tough, but bugs filed here don’t count as such.
>    There is no duty on developers to read this list and they
>    would have to file bugs themselves anyway.
> Thanks a lot for all your effort!!!

i'm actually using f9alpha as my main system here, on an AMD-based
gateway laptop.  so far, it's been working just fine.  admittedly, i'm
not pushing the bounds of what i'm doing, and i'm backing up a little
more frequently than normal, but i've had no problems so far.


p.s.  well, ok, maybe the occasional update issue when the
dependencies are a bit borked, like now -- totem needed by
totem-nautliux-xine.  but i'm starting to take that kind of thing in


Robert P. J. Day
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