--On Thursday, April 18, 2019 8:14 PM +0200 Michael Ströder
On 4/18/19 6:12 PM, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
> I'm looking at the patches SuSE applies to OpenLDAP, and it would be
> nice to have some engagement from SuSE on kicking some of these back,
I'm sometimes trying to push them to coordinate with upstream. Problem is
that SLE customer bugs in https://bugzilla.opensuse.org
are most times
locked. (I miss Ralf working on that.)
Ok, thanks for that. ;)
> particularly something like 0017-Fix-segfault-in-nops.patch,
> appears is to address ITS#8759. Do you know what we need to do on our
> end to encourage SuSE to contribute back to the community?
In particular the fight regarding 0017-Fix-segfault-in-nops.patch was
pretty hard. Basically the private e-mail exchange after their OBS
request between Howard Chu and SUSE devs faded out without any clear
To summarize Howard's statements:
In the best case the patch does nothing.
Especially the SUSE customer did not run a clean test environment for
reliably reproducing the issue.
Ah, ok. Would have been nice if that'd been copied into the ITS system.
That's a rather important detail to have missing.
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