Hello,

On sekmadienis 23 Gegužė 2010 16:15:39 Pino Toscano wrote:
> > 
> > 23). So the only opportunity I see for this is KDE SC 4.4.4 release;
> 
> +1 on the switch for 4.4.4.

4.4.4 in archive so mini-transition has started.

> Among the packages you listed, some don't explicitly list any
> documentation path in either install files, rules or anything else in
> 
> the debian packaging (so a binNMU can be enough for them):
> >    kcollectd
> >    digikam-doc
> >    icecc-monitor
> >    kcheckgmail
> >    kdesudo
> >    kmess
> >    kmplayer
> >    kphotoalbum
> >    krecipes
> >    rsibreak
> >    skanlite
> >    smb4k
> >    kmidimon
> >    rkward
> >    kwave
> >    frescobaldi
> >    kvkbd
> >    backintime
> 
> = 18 packages

Our kde4libs 4.4.4 still looks in the /usr/share/doc/kde4/HTML for docs so 
binNMUs are not needed for proper functionality. What's more, technically, if 
docs are in the arch:all package, binNMU won't help. So maybe we will get back 
to fixing these packages sometime right before freeze. Hopefully, most of 
these packages will "fix themselves" when maintainer does a routine upload to 
solve other issues.

> Instead, these need a sourceful upload:
> >    tellico
> >    k3b
> >    kdesvn
> >    keurocalc
> >    kile
> >    kmymoney
> >    konq-plugins
> >    konversation
> >    krusader
> >    skrooge
> >    kdiff3
> >    eqonomize
> 
> = 12 packages

I filled serious bugs against tellico, kdiff3 and eqonomize. Other packages 
belong to KDE extras so rather than filling bugs I sent a mail. However, 
during routine rebuild of archive, Lucas might open serious bugs against those 
packages as well. So there is no need to delay uploads for too long.

-- 
Modestas Vainius <modes...@vainius.eu>

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