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36. By Brian Murray on 2015-11-09

src/whoopsie.c: Move UnreportableReason from fields we don't send to
errors to fields we do, that way we know apport's opinion of the crash.
(LP: #1382233)

35. By Brian Murray on 2014-04-14

Do not send Stacktrace, and ThreadStacktrace as retracing with ddebs will
provide more useful versions of them. (LP: #1306175)

34. By Evan on 2013-07-29

Continue to process the existing crash reports every two hours, not
just once after two hours (LP: #1205374).

33. By Evan on 2012-04-18

Fix failing tests on powerpc and ARM.

32. By Evan on 2012-04-12

== is a bashism.

31. By Evan on 2012-04-12

Stop rejecting legal arguments to the postinst (LP: #978436). Thanks
Colin Watson!

30. By Evan on 2012-04-11

Mark reports as complete when we get a HTTP response of 400 from the
server, as these represent the server not liking what we sent it.
Sending these again repeatedly would be pointless (LP: #979082).

29. By Evan on 2012-04-11

Create /var/crash if it doesn't already exist. Don't silence the
chmod and chgrp calls on it. Thanks Colin Watson (LP: #978502)!

28. By Evan on 2012-04-10

Drop /etc/cron.daily/whoopsie. This is handled in apport now.

27. By Evan on 2012-04-10

* Take ownership of the NetworkManager state variant on setup and
  unref it, plugging a memory leak.
* Log the reason the server rejected the submitted crash report.
* Send the Whoopsie version with each crash submission.
* Delete both .upload and .uploaded files after 14 days. Thanks
  Marc Deslauriers (LP: #973687).

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