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In the common workflow, issues are used to track the work that needs to be done on a given branch (usually master or main, but not necessarily). Once the fix is committed, there's no more work to be done on that branch, and the issue should be closed to signify it. Large projects with more diligent maintainers may also tag the issue to signify what release ...


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In my opinion - and I should stress it's only that - it's great that you've found a bug in a piece of free software. It's good to find bugs, because it makes software better. That said, if you report the bug, the maintainer is not obliged to fix it. If you fix it, the maintainer is not obliged to accept your fix. If your fix is accepted, you're not ...


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