tickets needing help
greg at kroah.com
Mon Jan 5 20:22:00 CET 2004
On Sun, Jan 04, 2004 at 02:58:39PM +0100, Jean Delvare wrote:
> > > We would then need:
> > > 1* A write access to the system.
> > Create an account and you have it. Any one can create bugs.
> That's not how I meant it (but it wasn't clear I admit). How do we
> edit, answer, close tickets?
If you have an account, you can do any of the above. I'll gladly
re-assign any bugs to you if you want me to, so you can modify them to
your hearts content :)
> I don't think any of us will want to create new bug reports. Whenever
> we find bugs, we fix them ourselves and send you a patch.
That's fine, I don't mind that at all. I actually prefer it :)
> If we are to direct all 2.6 users to your bugzilla system, it's likely
> that you'll appreciate some help handling them.
Sure, if the load gets too big.
> Sounds reasonable that it default to you since you are the official
> maintained of the i2c subsystem, but you might need our assistance
> sometimes. I guess that it is possible that you "give" us some bugs,
> providing we have an account that allows you to.
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