> if the architectures are not managed by FTP they should also be no
> blockers for a testing migration, right?
Correct. It was more a question of cleanliness...
> As I said in my recent mail to the list we should focus now that all
> our packages are reaching testing (see Debian Maintainers Dashboard
> what packages might need some care).
Agreed. Will be picking some RC bugs for today.
BTW, nice to see progress on seqan2 :) Once that’s through NEW I have a small
addition to make that would also get lambda-align in (and probably more seqan2
dependent tools built with their CMake module).
> On Sat, Sep 17, 2016 at 10:55:21AM +0100, Sascha Steinbiss wrote:
>> Hi Andreas,
>> apparently the archs with binaries to remove  are ports architectures not
>> managed by the FTP team. Any idea how to get these removed? My idea would be
>> to ping the ports mailing lists or file a bug there?
>>  https://packages.debian.org/sid/rna-star
>>> On 14 Sep 2016, at 16:11, Andreas Tille <andr...@an3as.eu> wrote:
>>> Hi Sascha,
>>> your gentle reminder about a ROM request was nearly 4 monthes ago.
>>> Please go for it. :-)
>>> Kind regards
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