I am currently the maintainer for Debian calendarserver. I do intend on maintaining it. Actually for both jessie and stretch, I had prepared the releases, but right before the freeze, something came-up and it got pushed out of testing. However, it always was in the right shape with no blockers during Ubuntu LTS releases and hence has always managed to get into Ubuntu LTS.

The reason why it is currently not in testing is because calendarserver depends on sqlparse library, which had been updated to 0.2.x series and the then released calendarserver version (9.0) was not compatible with it. I see that a newer version of calendarserver (9.1) has been released which is compatible with the latest sqlparse library.

I will work on updating the package this month.


On Sunday 06 August 2017 07:20 PM, Lucas Nussbaum wrote:
Source: calendarserver
User: debian...@lists.debian.org
Usertags: qa-removals-post-stretch


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
   it was in unstable at the time of the jessie freeze
     but it wasn't part of jessie
   it is still not in testing
   it was not uploaded since the beginning of 2017.

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: calendarserver -- RoQA; missed both jessie and stretch

- Lucas, for the QA team.

[1] https://lists.debian.org/debian-qa/2017/07/msg00021.html


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