Hi, Alle giovedì 21 giugno 2012, Adam D. Barratt ha scritto: > On Wed, 2012-06-20 at 19:48 +0200, Pino Toscano wrote: > > Alle mercoledì 20 giugno 2012, Adam D. Barratt ha scritto: > > > On 20.06.2012 11:22, Pino Toscano wrote: > > > > Alle giovedì 14 giugno 2012, Adam D. Barratt ha scritto: > > > > Given that kde-workspace is 9/10, would it be possible to let > > > > it migrate > > > > tonight, hinting temporarly kshutdown and > > > > plasma-widget-smooth-tasks out > > > > of testing? The former would migrate again on its own in 10 > > > > days, the latter... dunno, it would not be a grave loss OTOH. > > > > > > As discussed on IRC, after removing kshutdown and p-w-s-t > > > everything else looks okay from a kde-workspace perspective. > > > The tidy up of old libraries in testing ends up incomplete > > > however, because kdenetwork is only 3/10 and the testing version > > > depends on libkworkspace4 - we can either age kdenetwork, or > > > just live with the old library hanging around for a few more > > > days; either works for me. :-) > > > > If the old libraries are not a problem for a week, I'd say if you > > could temporarly keep them and wait for the kdenetwork migration > > (so we're double sure it is safe enough). > > No problem. kde-workspace and the remaining binNMUs migrated as > planned in tonight's britney run.
kdenetwork migrated tonight, so I think the old binaries could be removed and this transition (i.e. the kde-workspace one) declared done. -- Pino Toscano
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