[php-maint] Bug#668067: Bug#668067: [php5-common] Nonsensical part about configuration known to be inherently insecure in README.Debian.security

Filipus Klutiero chealer at gmail.com
Sun Apr 8 18:56:40 UTC 2012

reopen 668067

On 2012-04-08 12:44, Ondřej Surý wrote:
> Version: 5.4.1~rc1-1
> On Sun, Apr 8, 2012 at 18:31, Filipus Klutiero<chealer at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> Package: php5-common
>> Version: 5.4.1~rc1-1
>> Severity: normal
>> README.Debian.security starts:
>>> The Debian stable security team does not provide security support for
>>> certain configurations known to be inherently insecure. This includes
>>> the interpreter itself, extensions, and user scripts written in the PHP
>>> language.
>> This is at least most unclear. How would the PHP interpreter be a
>> configuration known to be inherently insecure?
> Again, not a bug report, but an opinion.

That's not an opinion, that's a question.

>   The text is clear as it could be.
> Closing the bug. If you want this text to be improved, send a patch.

Reopening. If the text is that clear to you, surely you'll be able to 
answer the question.
> If you want to nitpick, send an improved text and not just fill a bug report.

If you want to be helpful, answer the question, or better yet, fix the 
text, don't just close the report.

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