On 7 September 2010 09:12, George Kiagiadakis
> I believe the 4.5.1 packages I have built are ok for a public release
> to qt-kde.debian.net, with the usual rules that apply to this
> repository. I am quite satisfied myself as a 4.5.1 user and since many
> people have been waiting more than a month for these packages, I
> believe it's about time to reward them for their patience. So, I want
> to ask you, is it ok for everybody else in the team if I proceed with
> this release?
> Also, I will need some technical details on how to upload packages
> there and how to update the news. Of course, if anybody else wants to
> help with it, he is welcome, but I don't want it to be an extra burden
> for others, so I volunteer to do it all myself.
> About the packages, there are some less important packages that are
> not yet built (kdeadmin, kdeaccessibility, kdetoys, kdewebdev,
> kdemultimedia and kdebindings). I don't think they are much important
> for now so they could be skipped. I also don't intend to upload
> kdepim* betas and kdegames (for now; santa reported there are more
> missing files that need to be put in new packages and I haven't looked
> at it yet). Everything else is good to go, possibly together with
> binNMUs of ktorrent, kmess and konq-plugins (which depend on libraries
> that have broken ABI).
Even though I'm not "in the team", I would say that this is a most
desirable upload. Please do it!
And thanks for the work put on them!