keramida at freebsd.org
Sun Aug 22 10:55:19 PDT 2004
On 2004-08-22 21:37, Eitarou Kamo <e-kamo at trio.plala.or.jp> wrote:
> I have sent the send-pr message. No one seems to work around to it.
> Doesn't anyone necessarily do it even if it were sent
When you use send-pr to submit a problem report, the report is saved in a
database and a notification is mailed to the subscribers of the appropriate
list. The time it will take for someone to work on the problem depends a
lot on a few things:
o The quality of the submitted problem report.
o The difficulty of the problem.
o The amount of time that developers have available to spend tracking
problems and fixing bugs.
This means that it can take a while for someone to pick your report and
work on it; even then they might find the problem too difficult and just
leave it open for someone more knowledgeable.
Having said all this, what was your report about? Perhaps I can find it in
the database and point the right person or group of persons to it.
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