On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 4:34 AM, Fabian Greffrath <fab...@greffrath.com> wrote:
> Am 22.11.2010 10:18, schrieb Jonas Smedegaard:
>> This is bad: t-p-u does not get the same exposure and automated
>> testing time before sliding into testing. This means a higher burden
>> on the Release team for such uploads, and likely less interest in
>> acceptance due to the weaker testing process!
> But the changes to the source will be really minor, and the RT can even see
> this from the debdiff.
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Ok. Sorry I'm getting around to this just now.
I'm going to go ahead and revert 2.7-5 changes and upload a 2.7-6
package with just the one change to fix the segfault. I imagine the RT
are not going to accept 2.7-5 into testing once they realize this was
a mistaken upload.
The branch to use for unstable upload is 'unstable'. Also, I'm
updating the 'unstable' branch to add the 2.7-5 changelog, and to add
the next entry which explains that changes in 2.7-5 is being reverted.
Also, since squeeze hasn't been released yet, we should just request a
freeze exception. A freeze exception request should be done anyway
since faad2 provides a library.
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