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ice9if there is a crash or a bug in one of the software like nouveau, i915 or gnome-shell, etc. Why should we file a bug on the Launchpad? why not directly on the bug track of that software?20:34
ravageyou can do that20:35
ravageupstream will eventually arrive on an Ubuntu release20:36
ravagecan take a few years if you are on a LTS release20:36
ravageit may even be a good idea to get it fixed in upstream first if the bug still exists there20:38
ravagemakes backporting the fix easier usually20:38
arraybolt3ice9: A lot of times Ubuntu ships older versions of software that upstream doesn't support (or at least doesn't support our patched version of it).20:53
arraybolt3So you can run into some frustrated developers if you try to report things upstream.20:54
arraybolt3Whereas reporting things on Launchpad lets us take care of it, and we can test to see if a bug exists in the latest version of something and then forward the bug upstream *if* it's necessary.20:54
arraybolt3That way you don't have to face an army of disgruntled programmers :D20:54
ubottuPackages in Ubuntu may not be the latest. Ubuntu aims for stability, so "latest" may not be a good idea. Post-release updates are only considered if they are fixes for security vulnerabilities, high impact bug fixes, or unintrusive bug fixes with substantial benefit. See also !backports, !sru, and !ppa.21:03
ravagesomeone asked about an alternative to the Ubuntu Podcast here recently. I found https://linuxmatters.sh/ is the clostest you will ever get to a continuation :)21:16
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