[debian-mysql] Bug#675250: yes
Olaf van der Spek
ml at vdspek.org
Thu May 31 06:08:01 UTC 2012
On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 10:50 PM, Nicholas Bamber
<nicholas at periapt.co.uk> wrote:
> Well I doubt the official piuparts would agree to that. (Though it is
> supposed to have such an option but it did not work for me.) However unless
> you are personally promising to own and fix all such bugs within a week of
> them being raised, then I suggest you need very good reasons against
> piuparts compliance.
Am I annoying you? I'm sorry if I am, that's not my intention.
Exactly what bugs are we talking about? Why does deleting user data
make it easier to fix those bugs?
Given that the "old way" of not deleting such data would still be an
option, I'm not sure why it'd make it easier to fix them.
Looking at Postgres would certainly be interesting. But I think doing
the right thing is more important than doing the same thing. And IMO
deleting databases (user data) is just too risky. Didn't we already
have a bug report of a user that lost it's data unintentionally?
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