Your message dated Mon, 12 Feb 2018 07:30:44 -0700 with message-id <87h8qmi8kr....@iris.silentflame.com> and subject line Re: Bug#890142: Acknowledgement (debian-policy: Please provide a backport of the package) has caused the Debian Bug report #890142, regarding debian-policy: Please provide a backport of the package to be marked as done.
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--- Begin Message ---Package: debian-policy Version: 18.104.22.168 Severity: wishlist Hello The machines I use to develop Debian run stable, with unstable schroots/pbuilders. While I can configure /etc/apt/preferences to install debian-policy from unstable (and I've done it for every previous machine I had) it will be a lot cleaner just to install the package from backports. debian-policy has only one dependency and it is present in stable. I've never done a backport myself, but if you policy folks don't see any problem with the idea I'm willing to do the backport myself. thanks!
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--- Begin Message ---Hello, On Mon, Feb 12 2018, gustavo panizzo wrote: > Sorry for the noise policy folks, I'll use > > curl >https://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/upgrading-checklist.txt | >less > > > for the time being > > After Buster is released I'll start to provide the backport, I think > is better to spend my Debian time doing something else than > backporting sphinx Let's close this bug, then. -- Sean Whitton
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