Re: Unmet Deps revisted
Santiago Vila wrote:
> > > > > > > There are in total *ten* dselect Dependency/conflict resolution screens.
> > > > > > > (using the PageForward key). Am I *really* required to report them *all*,
> > > > > > > or may I ask our kind ftp.debian.org maintainers to do a *serious*
> > > > > > > dependency/conflict check *before* the deep freeze?
> > > > Can you raise its severity and/or make an NMU? I feel that such bugs
> > > > are old enough to justify an NMU.
> > >
> > > Sure. Please tell me how do I do a NMU of ftp.debian.org ;-)
> > As far as I recall the list of bugs it is not (only) a matter of ftp.debian.org
> > but of the package maintainer. (And the ftpmasters.) Re ftp.debian.org,
> > please send proper mails to override-change(s)@debian.org with clear
> > requests. Re packages, file bugs, do nmu's etc.
> Joey, I don't understand what are you exactly trying to tell me.
> I already filed some bugs, which have not been fixed yet, for which *no*
> fix other than modifying the override file is possible.
> What do you mean with send "proper" mails...? Do you mean that the text of
> Bug #29874 is improper in some way? I hope not.
With "proper" I thought about mails to overrides-change like
package foo needs to be priority extra since foo and bar conflict and are both optional.
and similar. If you just file a meta bug report it won't be done,
I haven't read the bug report mentioned above so you might have done
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