On 11/07/16 12:17, Dmitry Smirnov wrote:

> Noted. I'm not against fixing the problem but there are more important issues 
> to prioritise.

I think this is not a valid argument. Chris is right that the packages
are not following policy, and that they should be fixed. Packaging all
the world software does not serve our users if we are not following our

I have seen already a few instances of packages you prepared where you
just skip the tests, or skip failures, instead of fixing the real
problems these are covering. This is not good for Debian and it is
definitely not good for the team.

Please, reconsider your attitude.

Martín Ferrari (Tincho)

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