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popbugs(1)                                                        debian-goodies                                                        popbugs(1)

NAME
popbugs - find RC bugs in packages you commonly use SYNOPSIS
popbugs [options] [popularity-contest log] DESCRIPTION
The popbugs program fetches the list of release critical bugs from the Debian bug tracking system on the internet. It correlates the bug log with the popularity-contest data from your system to obtain a list of release critical bugs in packages, which are commonly used on your system. Normally this list is displayed in a web browser. Helping to resolve these bugs is a good idea, if you want to see your favourite programs in the next stable release of Debian. OPTIONS
-h --help Show a very short usage message. -ooutputfile --output=outputfile Place the output in outputfile instead of displaying it in a browser. -d --debug Output debugging information. SEE ALSO
rc-alert(1), popularity-contest(8) AUTHOR
The popbugs program is copyright (C) 2001 Matt Zimmerman <mdz@debian.org>. This manual page is copyright (C) 2004 Jochen VoB <voss@debian.org>. debian-goodies January 10 2004 popbugs(1)

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popbugs(1)							  debian-goodies							popbugs(1)

NAME
popbugs - find RC bugs in packages you commonly use SYNOPSIS
popbugs [options] [popularity-contest log] DESCRIPTION
The popbugs program fetches the list of release critical bugs from the Debian bug tracking system on the internet. It correlates the bug log with the popularity-contest data from your system to obtain a list of release critical bugs in packages, which are commonly used on your system. Normally this list is displayed in a web browser. Helping to resolve these bugs is a good idea, if you want to see your favourite programs in the next stable release of Debian. OPTIONS
-h --help Show a very short usage message. -ooutputfile --output=outputfile Place the output in outputfile instead of displaying it in a browser. -d --debug Output debugging information. SEE ALSO
rc-alert(1), popularity-contest(8) AUTHOR
The popbugs program is copyright (C) 2001 Matt Zimmerman <mdz@debian.org>. This manual page is copyright (C) 2004 Jochen VoB <voss@debian.org>. debian-goodies January 10 2004 popbugs(1)
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