Re: [dev] [sent] 0.1 release

From: Silvan Jegen <>
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2015 14:34:03 +0100


On Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 1:18 AM, Stephen Whitmore
<> wrote:
> You're welcome -- glad I could help.
> On 11/17 00:38, Markus Teich wrote:
>> I also remind you, that this is a developers list and not a user
>> support list (suckless has no users, just developers). Just sending in
>> bug reports without at least a proposal of how to fix it is seen as
>> rude.
> So, to confirm my understanding: if I don't have the time or expertise
> to fix a bug I've found, I should refrain from communicating its
> existence to its developer community, and hope that a) someone else
> finds the bug and b) is capable and inclined to fix it?
> I hope I don't sound facetious, but I'm trying to understand if this is
> truly the intent. Wouldn't this reduce bug discovery drastically?

IMO sending a bug report including sufficient context to reproduce it
as well as a back trace (ideally) is fine.

Because others seem to disagree we should decide on the correct
behavior for the list and communicate it. says [dev] is fine for bug reports for


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