Hi,

On 06/08/17 09:50, Lucas Nussbaum wrote:
> Source: mediatomb
> User: debian...@lists.debian.org
> Usertags: qa-removals-post-stretch
> 
> Hi,
> 
> Following a discussion[1] on the debian-qa@ mailing list on packages that
> missed both jessie and stretch, I am proposing the removal of this package 
> from
> unstable, because:
> 
>   it was in unstable at the time of the stretch freeze
>     but wasn't part of stretch
> AND
>   it was in unstable at the time of the jessie freeze
>     but it wasn't part of jessie
> AND
>   it is still not in testing
> AND
>   it was not uploaded since the beginning of 2017.

The answer is: yes it definitely should be removed.

However, there is a replacement fork called gerbera (which I haven't
finished packaging yet) and I don't want to lose all the open bugs
against mediatomb which may also apply to gerbera. I'm going to try and
finish it some time during DebConf so hopefully this won't be an issue...

Thanks,
James



> 
> If you disagree and think that this package should remain in unstable, feel
> free to just close this bug.
> 
> If this bug is still open one month from now (on 2017-09-06), it will be 
> turned
> into a removal request, using:
> 
>   reassign -1 ftp.debian.org
>   retitle -1 RM: mediatomb -- RoQA; missed both jessie and stretch
>   thanks
> 
> - Lucas, for the QA team.
> 
> 
> [1] https://lists.debian.org/debian-qa/2017/07/msg00021.html
> 
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