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RE: Is debbugs.gnu.org broken?

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: Is debbugs.gnu.org broken?
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2012 10:13:07 -0700

> > Go to http://debbugs.gnu.org/, type 20 into field "Browse 
> > the N newest bugs:", then click `Find'.  It finds no bugs.
> > That used to work.
> Works fine here with your recipe above.
> http://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/pkgreport.cgi?newest=20;package=emacs

Thanks for checking.

But that is not following my recipe.  I didn't used to need to enter the package
(`emacs').  I just did what I wrote: went to http://debbugs.gnu.org/, typed 20
into field "Browse the N newest bugs:", and clicked `Find'.

Also, when I use your URL or I enter 20 as before but I also enter "emacs" as
the package, I do not get the 20 latest bugs.

Instead, I get a list of all bugs in package `emacs'.  And that's the case even
if I click the `Find' button next to "Browse the N newest bugs:" and not the
`Find' button next to radio button `package' and `What to search for:' emacs.

So it still seems broken to me.  But perhaps I am still missing something.

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