Collecting bugs

Thomas Roessler roessler at
Mon Aug 9 11:55:26 CEST 1999

Umh, maybe I haven't looked at GNATS for too long, but doesn't this
require the maintainers (not the users) to have online access to the
machine running the BTS?

On 1999-08-09 02:16:07 -0400, Paul D. Smith wrote:
> To: gnupg-devel at
> Subject: Re: Collecting bugs
> From: pausmith at (Paul D. Smith)
> Date: 09 Aug 1999 02:16:07 -0400
> %% "Marco d'Itri" <md at> writes:
>   md> On Aug 04, Werner Koch <wk at> wrote:
>   >> long time as I have a dial-up connection and phone fares are quite
>   >> high in Germany - doing everything web based would be quite expensive.
>   md> You should use the Debian BTS, you can do everything with email.
> Ditto for GNATS.  It was originally all-email based and only later has
> the GNATSweb stuff been created.
> I know the Cygnus folks are hosting GNATS db's for various GNU projects
> and the GNU folks themselves have one, too, that could be used.
> Let me know if you want a contact for the GNATS guy.
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