Date: Sun, 22 Aug 2021 17:51:38 UTC
https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=257989 --- Comment #7 from Franco Fichtner <email@example.com> --- As far as Kristof's line of argumentation is concerned I'll take note of the hostility that has (elsewhere) never sparked any useful result in the past. I don't blame him and I know where this is coming from. ;) I do get what you are asking, but if we as a core team try to force hours of qualifying user reports for at least 67 upstream projects of varying scope and source code and complexity and rules without any pledge of hand-over is a waste of time between involved projects. That's also assuming we don't spend any time on our own code. It's not a realistic attitude. But as I said I agree that reporters need to do more here if you let them. The only project that gave such a pledge is Suricata and they did include all of FreeBSD because of it making it a tier 1 priority. I've personally seen issues lay dormant for years, patch-ready reports time out, committers nowhere to be found (src and ports alike(. If this wasn't the case I wouldn't try to argue here that this is one step below, but it is. Cheers, Franco -- You are receiving this mail because: You are the assignee for the bug.