Hi Markus,

On Sat, Nov 28, 2015 at 01:53:03PM +0100, Markus Koschany wrote:
> [...]
> These are the current reverse dependencies in unstable:
> libspring-java -> must be updated to a newer version

I already pushed some trivial changes to the repo to migrate
libspring-java to groovy2.

> jenkins -> unmaintainable, can be ignored
> It bothers me jenkins package status but I'm not in a position to
> help at this moment.
> red5 -> must be updated to a newer version

Emmanuel sent a patch for this. Please see #805627.

> If you want to update either libspring-java or red5, that would be a big
> help.

To package libspring-java new upstream releases is a task that would
be very appreciated although is not easy but with the recent progress
in Maven and Gradle helpers (thanks to Emmanuel again!) maybe this is
something more feasible nowadays.

Regarding red5, I'm not quite sure how much is used in Debian
nowadays. Maybe we should contact Damien to check if he agrees to
transfer its maintenance to pkg-java. I'm ccing him just in case.


Miguel Landaeta, nomadium at debian.org
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