> There is a minimum of sanity that we should assume on the autobuilders,

Agree in principle..

> namely, that packages are built on a date which is later than the one
> in the last changelog entry.

.. but why should this matter? In fact, there's a fairly strong argument
to be made that if the package does something weird in this case then
there's something far deeper wrong or broken with it - and therefore it
would be advantageous to know about it simply from a QA point of view.


Regards,

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