Bug#826090: mate-terminal broken after todays upgrade (debian testing)
ledechaine at gmail.com
Thu Jun 2 18:37:29 UTC 2016
I'm using debian testing on my desktop with apt-listbugs installed.
apt-listbugs prevents me from installing broken things... at least,
when Adrian doesn't close useful bug reports.
> Again, I DO NOT CARE. Testing is TESTING. Not "use on production machine".
After doing update/upgrade/dist-upgrade for 5-6 months almost every
day (which meant installing and upgrading, surprisingly, tens of
thousands of packages), this is the FIRST time this happened. So, you
should reconsider your personal, original definition of "testing".
> Yes, I know. I'm an idiot and I have no business in doing anything with
If you want to ban everyone posting bugs in debian testing, therefore
dangerously rendering apt-listbugs USELESS and making testing unstable
or even broken because "it's just testing", you have no business in
doing anything with testing, stick to unstable.
Anyway, forget it: Back to the subject, waiting one week for 1.14,
2016-06-02 14:23 UTC−04:00, Mike Gabriel <mike.gabriel at das-netzwerkteam.de>:
> Hi Santiago,
> On Do 02 Jun 2016 18:13:21 CEST, Santiago Vila wrote:
>> A serious bug against mate-terminal would have prevented the
>> from the new MATE to enter testing before the rest of MATE.
>> Now it's too late, but that's not an excuse to tell people not to
>> report bugs.
> You are right. We should have done that. Consider helping out with the
> team to avoid such mistakes in the future. If you have an interest in
> MATE in Debian, then consider providing some man power to a team with
> not so many DDs at hand.
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