Modestas,
I would be very grateful if you could advise us on this bug: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=675304


I presume what has happpened is that the user is on testing and did an apt-get upgrade. Because of the current state of affairs his mysql got upgraded and not his amarok.
        
I don't quite see why that should cause his amarok to fail - an explanation would be appreciated.

Should we be asking for the amarok 2.5.0-3 to be rushed through to testing? Should we put a breaks clause to make late mysql incompatible with early versions of amarok - though I really don't want to do that as it would be unworkable in the long term.

Also beyond following the proper transition procedures is there something we could be doing to avoid these situations?

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