On domenica 31 dicembre 2017 14:03:56 CET Sandro Knauß wrote: > Hey, > > I added the release team list, cause they may help explaining interpret the > britney output. > And help to find the right buttons to push, to get kdepim migrating to > testing. > > > > I tried to understand, why kdepim hasn't moved to testing, but I don't > > > understand the britney output completely. > > > > I don't either, but let's see. > > well I looked at the documentation to understand the output better: > https://release.debian.org/doc/britney/short-intro-to-migrations.html > > But still I'm not completely sure how to interpret the output :D > If I'm not wrong, than the first try to install complete kdepim as one set is > the one we should care about: > > trying: kleopatra libkf5libkleo kmail-account-wizard libkf5pimcommon > akonadi-contacts kf5-kdepim-apps-libs kaddressbook akonadi-search > akonadi-mime libkf5mailcommon pim-data-exporter libkf5libkdepim > libkf5eventviews libkf5calend > arsupport kholidays kalarmcal kcalcore kdepim-runtime kmbox kmime > kf5-messagelib kmailtransport akonadi-import-wizard kdepim-addons kimap > kpimtextedit kidentitymanagement mbox-importer korganizer kcontacts ktnef > kcalutils libkol > ab akonadi kalarm kmail libkf5ksieve libkf5gravatar -kdepim kldap syndication > kblog akregator libkf5grantleetheme kontact pim-sieve-editor > libkf5incidenceeditor akonadi-calendar blogilo knotes akonadi-calendar-tools > libkf5mailim > porter akonadi-notes akonadiconsole libkgapi > > > skipped: kleopatra libkf5libkleo kmail-account-wizard libkf5pimcommon > akonadi-contacts kf5-kdepim-apps-libs kaddressbook akonadi-search > akonadi-mime libkf5mailcommon pim-data-exporter libkf5libkdepim > libkf5eventviews libkf5calen > darsupport kholidays kalarmcal kcalcore kdepim-runtime kmbox kmime > kf5-messagelib kmailtransport akonadi-import-wizard kdepim-addons kimap > kpimtextedit kidentitymanagement mbox-importer korganizer kcontacts ktnef > kcalutils libko > lab akonadi kalarm kmail libkf5ksieve libkf5gravatar -kdepim kldap > syndication kblog akregator libkf5grantleetheme kontact pim-sieve-editor > libkf5incidenceeditor akonadi-calendar blogilo knotes akonadi-calendar-tools > libkf5maili > mporter akonadi-notes akonadiconsole libkgapi (6, 1706, 170) > > > got: 39+0: a-2:i-24:a-0:a-0:a-0:m-0:m-3:m-0:p-0:s-10 > > > * s390x: education-desktop-kde, kde-full, kde-standard, kdepim, > kf5-kdepimlibs-kio-plugins, knotes, konsolekalendar, korganizer, > task-pkgs-are-installable-faux > > - splitting the component into single items and retrying them > > If I compare the trying line with all packages inside kdepim i see, that > grantlee-editor, kdav, kgpg and kontactinterface are missing in that list. > kdav is already migrated. From kgpg and grantlee-editor nothing depends on, > so we can skip them. > The only missing package we care at this migration is kontactinterface, that > explains, why korganizer, knotes will be uninstallable in testing. > Maybe it is easier to see these dependencies in graphs: > https://pkg-kde.alioth.debian.org/applications-17.08-build-deps.html > Because both depend on kontactinterface. > And because korganzier >= 17.08 won't be in testing konsolecalender can't > migrate, because it breaks against korganzier <= 17.08. > education-desktop-kde, kde-full, kde-standard look fine for me, possible, > because of korganzier and knotes not migrating having issues. > kdepim, kf5-kdepimlibs-kio-plugins both getting unstallable is fine, cause > they should be removed form testing.
What I noticed earlier is that kde-standard unconditionally depends on kmail and akregator, and thus migrating them will make kde-standard uninstallable on some architectures -- I just fixed it in git. Also, I noticed that knotes, konsolekalendar and korganizer unconditionally depend on kdepim-runtime, so migrating them (together with kdepim-runtime as it breaks older versions of them), will make them uninstallable on some architectures -- I fixed them in git too. So I'm waiting for src:meta-kde (which provides kde-standard) to migrate in testing, together with the other batch of uploads I did few days ago, and then I will upload the aforementioned sources and few more PIM-related with pending changes. Of course, if anyone in release-team spots more issues to fix, I will gladly hear about them. -- Pino Toscano
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