Closing all bugs?

Gary L. Greene Jr. greeneg at
Mon Dec 10 22:52:00 GMT 2007

On Monday 10 December 2007 02:44:51 pm Thiago Macieira wrote:
> Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> >I was very upset when not much ago i got a mail saying a bug i had
> > opened for Mandriva and they had never cared to answer was being closed
> > because it was old.
> >
> >Same applies here.
> I don't agree that it's the same.
> This isn't about bugs being old or stale.
> It's about them not being valid anymore because it's no longer the same
> codebase.
> The one reason I see for not closing them, as someone pointed out on IRC,
> is that KDE 3 is not going anywhere.

Agreed. There are a number of Enterprise level distributions out there that 
will likely need to keep using KDE 3.5.x for a while yet. Because of this, 
there really needs to be _some_ support still on-going for security and 
severe data-loss type bugs that may still be in the KDE 3 code base.

Gary L. Greene, Jr.
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