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Have a patch?
- Open a bug in Debian BTS & attach a patch
- Open a bug in Launchpad & attach a patch

Emailing patches direct to me, will be the slowest path to get them applied, and maybe be ignored, accidentally, by my spam filters.

ps. no, irc pings to my irc proxy with a pastebin of a patch is not good enough either. Use bug tracker =)




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