Hi, On Dienstag, 26. Mai 2015, Andrew Ayer wrote: > That said, I'm now concerned about how strip-nondeterminism interacts > with the package-contains-timestamped-gzip tag. At some point after > package-contains-timestamped-gzip was first proposed, we reproducible > builds folks decided that instead of eliminating timestamps, we should > normalize them with the time from the first entry in debian/changelog, > to satisfy developers who like timestamps. That means that timestamped > gzips aren't bad, as long as the timestamp is reproducible. > > Other reproducible folks, is this still our position on timestamps?
I'd say so, yes. > If > so, what should become of package-contains-timestamped-gzip? not sure, either it should be removed or do we have cases where such timestamps get modified by timezone? cheers, Holger
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