after subscribing this list I now get several e-mails about packages I
just don't know which are obviosely relevent for multimedia issues but I
just do not feel competent to put into the right task. Apt-cache told
me that projectm has for instance a binary package libprojectm-dev which
could be added to a (not yet existing) task multimedia-dev which might
collect all those packages which are relevant to package multimedia
applications (for sure there could be also more fine grained tasks for
development issues created).
In general I would strongly suggest: Please check out the tasks pages
whether they are featuring your package and if not at least drop me a
note to what tasks it should be added.
On Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 04:39:13PM +0000, Debian testing watch wrote:
> FYI: The status of the projectm source package
> in Debian's testing distribution has changed.
> Previous version: (not in testing)
> Current version: 2.0.1+dfsg-3
> This email is automatically generated once a day. As the installation of
> new packages into testing happens multiple times a day you will receive
> later changes on the next day.
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