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Re: Clef changes in retrograde, will only print a new clef. note positio

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: Clef changes in retrograde, will only print a new clef. note positions will not change to accommodate the new clef
Date: Sat, 06 Jul 2013 13:39:55 +0200
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Thomas Morley <address@hidden> writes:

> General policy-question:
> Sometimes I reply to some mails on this list, before a
> bug-squad-member answered. (To do some analysis; solve a problem,
> which would have better sent to the user-list; etc)
> Is this ok? Or should I let a bug-squad-member answer first?

Bug squad members are basically administrators, not programmers or power
users.  Without further information and sufficient knowledge to deal
with a (perceived) problem successfully, they will (and should) create a
tracker item.  Not everything is worth getting a tracker item.

I don't see anything wrong with replying right away.  If the original
poster does not answer back after a reasonable amount of time and the
bug squad member in duty is not sure the item has been dealt with, he
can either create a tracker item or ask back on the list whether this
problem is considered resolved.

So there is nothing wrong with answering whenever you find something
worthwhole to say.

David Kastrup

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