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regarding dak: please update address to the DDTP
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Dear FTP Masters,

The address of the DDTP and DDTSS services has recently been changed to become (see threads starting in [1] and [2] for more context and [3] 
for the new address announcement).
As a consequence, it is necessary to update dak's scripts so it can fetch 
translated package descriptions again after several months of interruption.
I believe that the attached patch does the job (note that was 
just an alias for

Please let me know if I can be of any help.

Thanks for all your work as FTP masters,

diff --git a/config/homedir/ssh/ftpmaster-config b/config/homedir/ssh/ftpmaster-config
index 083f81f..9939a0a 100644
--- a/config/homedir/ssh/ftpmaster-config
+++ b/config/homedir/ssh/ftpmaster-config
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ Host bugs-sync
   IdentityFile /srv/
 Host ddtp-sync
-  Hostname
+  Hostname
   User ddtp-dak
   IdentityFile /srv/

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Dear FTP masters,

The DDTP address has been updated [1] in dak's script and thanks to the
coordinated work and help from Ansgar Burchardt and Thorsten Alteholz
(FTP masters side) and Martijn van Oosterhout and Martin Bagge
(i18n/DDTP side), DDTP and dak can now communicate again.

As a consequence, it is with great pleasure that I close this bug. :)



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