Re: Bug#864354: Bug #864354 in <somepkg> marked as pending
- Date: Thu, 24 May 2018 11:16:06 +0100
- From: Ian Jackson <ijackson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Bug#864354: Bug #864354 in <somepkg> marked as pending
<contributor> writes ("Bug#864354: Bug #864354 in <somepkg> marked as pending"):
> Control: tag -1 pending
> Bug #864354 in <somepkg> reported by you has been fixed in the
> Git repository and is awaiting an upload. You can see the commit
> message below, and you can check the diff of the fix at:
These messages are useful. However:
(i) There is a spurious space between `Bug' and `#' in the
gitlab-generated Subject line, which leads to the BTS adding a second
copy of the bug number.
> (this message was generated automatically)
(ii) I went to report the above. But the message does not say who is
responsible for the automation that generated it.
(iii) When I went to salsa.debian.org to try to find where to report
both of these things, there did not seem to be any contact details:
I hope the relevant people are reading debian-devel...
(Actual package name, and identity of salsa committer to it, elided
from this message, as I don't want to distract. I have deliberately
left in the bug number, so I know I haven't made their identity
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