On Tue, 2010-01-26 at 07:57 +0100, Reinhard Tartler wrote:
> On Mo, Dez 21, 2009 at 23:17:42 (CET), Adam D. Barratt wrote:
> > Please go ahead with the uploads introducing symbol versioning. In
> > order to ease transition, we'll schedule the required binNMUs once the
> > package has migrated to testing.
> While ffmpeg not migrated to testing yet (will most probably do so in 2
> days), it has now been installed on all architectures:
> AFAIUI binNMUs for reverse depends can be scheduled now.
It would be preferable to have the package migrate first to avoid the
(albeit low) possibility of anything that needs to migrate quickly
getting stuck behind it; admittedly a few recent uploads, including a
couple of python2.6 binNMUs, appear to have picked up updated ffmpeg
In any case, ffmpeg should migrate in tonight's britney run.
> Do you have
> specialized tools for determining a list of packages subject to binNMUs,
> or shall I compile a list for i386?
http://release.debian.org/~adsb/ffmpeg_binNMUs.txt is what I believe to
be the list of packages potentially needing binNMUs.
Excluding those packages which have either had sourceful uploads in the
past day or so (e.g. vtk) or have already scheduled or completed binNMUs
for python2.6 (e.g. picard) would be useful to avoid duplicated work and
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