Re: Bug#97671: 88 Priority violations in woody
(Removed Cc: to the bug number as it's not relevant.)
On Tue, Apr 30, 2002 at 06:58:57PM -0500, Branden Robinson wrote:
> > That's not true, katie sends out the closing messages when the package
> > is in the Debian archive.
> In my experience, it sends out the closing messages roughly
> contemporaneously with the time the package is moved into
> queue/accepted. Or has this changed very recently? Earlier this week,
> it was still the case.
> > It's not propagated to all the mirrors of the same archive, but it
> > nevertheless is in the archive. Even before NI, it sent the
> > bug-closing messages before the mirror sync was started.
> Which subdirectories of queue/ are part of the "archive" and which are
Even if it doesn't put stuff into pool/, the package is accepted, at that
point it's in the archive as there's no way for it to get automatically
thrown out and thus invalidate the closing of the bug.
 we really know how to overload those terms, don't we? distribution,
section, archive... each of these has a few definitions and whatever else
makes sense even remotely can be a new definition. ;)
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