kernel policy vs bug handling (how to followup #919227 ?)
- Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2019 21:22:18 +0100
- From: Andrea Borgia <andrea@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: kernel policy vs bug handling (how to followup #919227 ?)
In an earlier post I mentioned an ACPI LID issue with my laptop,
which has been fixed in the current 5.x series.
1) other than commenting on my own bugreport with this information,
should I do anything else, like closing it or adding some special tags?
As far as current "testing" branch is concerned, this bug is still
present, unless you install a kernel from "experimental" or upstream.
2) maybe I am not using the proper keywords but I can't seem to find
information on Debian kernel policy, specifically: when does a new
kernel from upstream enter "unstable"? Later on it would move to
"testing" and then "stable", this part I know how it works, but I am
missing the initial step. I already have a working kernel package so
this is just curiosity regarding the process, no begging :)