On Sun, 2016-10-16 at 06:18:40 +0000, Debian FTP Masters wrote:
> binary:dpkg is NEW.
> binary:dpkg-dev is NEW.
> binary:dselect is NEW.
> binary:libdpkg-dev is NEW.
> binary:libdpkg-perl is NEW.
> source:dpkg is NEW.
> Your package has been put into the NEW queue, which requires manual action
> from the ftpteam to process. The upload was otherwise valid (it had a good
> OpenPGP signature and file hashes are valid), so please be patient.
> If you have any questions, you may reply to this email.
Unfortunately I'd like to request for this uncoordinated upload to be
rejected. I think it might have been rejected anyway, as it has been
the case in the past for potential dpkg backports, but still.
YunQiang, this seems to be due to the MIPS ports, and the newish
requirements from DAK to know all architectures present in packaging,
or they get rejected. :( In any case, sorry I've not handled that
before, the proper course of action here is to cherry-pick those
changes into a stable update, which I'll be doing now.