On Fr 03 Jul 2015 13:08:25 CEST, Christian Mack wrote:
Hello Am 03.07.2015 um 13:03 schrieb Mike Gabriel:Hi Holger, On Fr 03 Jul 2015 12:48:06 CEST, Holger Levsen wrote:Hi, On Freitag, 3. Juli 2015, Mike Gabriel wrote:The only way I can think of in terms of making this more fool proof, I guess, is by rejecting mails to debian-lts-announce if o a used DLA has not been reserved via the secure-testing SVN repo o the DLA has been reserved in the SVN repo, but for another packagethere is another way, which is probably easier to implement: parse debian-lts- announce mails and automatically add those DLAs to svn if that hasnt been done already.Yeah, I thought of this approach, as well... It will not always succeed, though, as there can be (normally is) a delay between running bin/genDLA and actually sending the DLA mail. My delays normally are: o write up a nice announcement text o possibly have lunch break inbetween o answer someone's phone or deal with people coming into my office In the meantime, someone else may have run bin/genDLA as well and actually committed the DLA number (I had that once already with Santiago). I guess we can capture something like 80% of the cases (which is good already) by auto-committing DLA's that come in via the d-l-a list, but for a 100% fix-up, we may need to bounce mails, it feels. Though, I am not fully sure here, just lacking imagination here. ;-)Can this svn commit for the DLA number not be done within bin/genDLA ?
Well... Actually it could. Good point. Let me get some feedback from the security team as genDLA is a symlink to genDSA which is the main tool used by the security team.
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