On Sun, Jan 06, 2019 at 04:41:51PM +0100, Ole Streicher wrote:
> That is a different thing: once the dependencies on Hurd are fixed, you

Of course the hurd issue turned out more complex once I actually read
past the first post, btw…

> get python3-astropy back on that platform, independently whether
> python-astropy was removed or not. If the dependencies remain unfixed, I
> will remove python-astropy anyway at some point.


> But if you fix it, I can wait a while
> before requesting removal. Is a week enough?

Hardly, I don't think I can squash in also that in my schedule.

> > As I stated, removing from testing looks much simpler
> But it would happen automatically once the package is not in unstable,
> right?

My suggestion was to get it out of buster sooner, as that would "fix"
the autopkgtest regression of numpy.

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