tzdata_2019a-1_source.changes ACCEPTED into unstable

2019-03-26 Thread Debian FTP Masters
Accepted: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA512 Format: 1.8 Date: Tue, 26 Mar 2019 23:05:57 +0100 Source: tzdata Architecture: source Version: 2019a-1 Distribution: unstable Urgency: medium Maintainer: GNU Libc Maintainers Changed-By: Aurelien Jarno Changes: tzdata (2019a-1)

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2019-03-26 Thread Debian FTP Masters
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[Git][glibc-team/tzdata][sid] 2 commits: New upstream version, affecting the following past and future timestamps:

2019-03-26 Thread Aurelien Jarno
Aurelien Jarno pushed to branch sid at GNU Libc Maintainers / tzdata Commits: 02ae8ee2 by Aurelien Jarno at 2019-03-26T22:05:56Z New upstream version, affecting the following past and future timestamps: * New upstream version, affecting the following past and future timestamps: - Palestine

[Git][glibc-team/tzdata] Pushed new tag debian/2019a-1

2019-03-26 Thread Aurelien Jarno
Aurelien Jarno pushed new tag debian/2019a-1 at GNU Libc Maintainers / tzdata -- View it on GitLab: https://salsa.debian.org/glibc-team/tzdata/tree/debian/2019a-1 You're receiving this email because of your account on salsa.debian.org.

Bug#924891: glibc: FTBFS: /<>/build-tree/amd64-libc/conform/UNIX98/ndbm.h/scratch/ndbm.h-test.c:1:10: fatal error: ndbm.h: No such file or directory

2019-03-26 Thread Aurelien Jarno
On 2019-03-22 17:30, Florian Weimer wrote: > > About the archive rebuild: The rebuild was done on EC2 VM instances from > > Amazon Web Services, using a clean, minimal and up-to-date chroot. Every > > failed build was retried once to eliminate random failures. > > I believe the actual test

Re: Glibc 2.28 breaks collation for PostgreSQL (and others?)

2019-03-26 Thread Philipp Kern
On 3/26/2019 3:20 PM, Christoph Berg wrote: > We were thinking about doing something like that, but that doesn't > work for the general case - most libc upgrades do not break > everything, and reindexing would be overkill. It might help for the > 2.28 upgrade, but getting this to work consistently

Re: Glibc 2.28 breaks collation for PostgreSQL (and others?)

2019-03-26 Thread Christoph Berg
Re: Philipp Kern 2019-03-26 <66988de0-f9be-14c0-6b64-df64261fe...@philkern.de> > I suspect this is why MySQL keeps a whole zoo of collations internally > that never change. DB2 and Oracle bundle ICU for that reason, afaict. (But bundling software has other problems, as we all know...) > Is there

Re: Glibc 2.28 breaks collation for PostgreSQL (and others?)

2019-03-26 Thread Philipp Kern
On 3/26/2019 9:45 AM, Christoph Berg wrote: > Unfortunately not. PostgreSQL supports ICU, but not as the global > locale for clusters/databases, which is still libc only. And even if > it was supported, it's not the default, and we are still breaking all > installations. I suspect this is why

Prowadzenie firmowego Facebooka

2019-03-26 Thread Twój Facebook
Dzień dobry, Kontaktuję się z Państwem, ponieważ jestem świadomy, jak ważny jest obecnie profesjonalnie prowadzony *Fanpage* na *Facebook’u. * W związku z powyższym, będzie mi bardzo miło, jeśli wyrazicie Państwo zgodę na przesłanie niezobowiązującej propozycji na ten temat. Aby wyrazić

Re: Glibc 2.28 breaks collation for PostgreSQL (and others?)

2019-03-26 Thread Christoph Berg
Re: Florian Weimer 2019-03-25 <87o95yhp3h@mid.deneb.enyo.de> > > For PostgreSQL, this means that the ordering of indexes on disk is > > becoming corrupt, and all "text" (varchar, char, ...) indexes need to > > be rebuilt. (And worse, if that is not done immediately, the tables > > might become

Szkolenia z dofinansowaniem

2019-03-26 Thread Kamil Muszyński
Dzień dobry, Prowadzimy rekrutację na dotowane zajęcia o zróżnicowanej tematyce. Wspólnie z Fundacją Centrum Rozwoju Biznesu proponujemy zajęcia dotowane od 40% do nawet 80%. Uczestnicy pokrywają tylko pozostałą część wydatków. Bez zbędnych formalności i nierealnych wymagań, do których