On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 03:13:32PM +0200, Xen wrote: > >A closed bug is presumptively a fixed bug (because bugs which have been > >fixed get closed). > > > >An open bug is presumptively a non-fixed bug. > > > >Therefore, to close a bug which has not been fixed is to pretend that > >the problem reported in that bug has been fixed, i.e., does not > >currently exist. > > > >Therefore, to close a bug which has not been fixed is to attempt to hide > >the problem reported in that bug, by making it appear as though that bug > >has been fixed. > This is just very well put.
no, its not. it follows some logic, yes, and that's all. just that the logic is roughly like: a. a candle creates light. b. the sun creates light. c. so they are roughly the same. really. -- cheers, Holger
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