Bug#522150: amsynth: Depends on libjack0.100.0-0
+ Felipe Sateler (Wed, 29 Apr 2009 07:52:50 +1000):
> El 29/04/09 01:03 Adeodato Simó escribió:
> > + Felipe Sateler (Tue, 28 Apr 2009 21:03:45 +1000):
> > Hello, Felipe.
> > > El 19/04/09 17:54 Adeodato Simó escribió:
> > > > I note that the Debian Multimedia Team is listed as the maintainer for
> > > > amsynth. Could some member of the team make an upload? amsynth is the
> > > > last package holding the dropping of libjack0.100.0-0, which if I’m not
> > > > mistaking is a goal of yourselves. :-)
> > > > But I’m tracking it myself as well, so it’d be great to have it off my
> > > > plate at some point. Or let me know if I should stop tracking it.
> > > The package got already uploaded, so it is probably too late by now.
> > > Thanks for keeping track of this! I think it is OK for you to drop this
> > > transition from your tracklist, since it is probable that the new jack
> > > will wait until a new upstream release before a new upload.
> > > Once again, thanks for keeping this on your mind! I'm sorry for not
> > > letting you know earlier that the jack package would not get uploaded yet
> > > (I'm not one of the people most involved with that package, I just
> > > announced the transition).
> > I see. Well, nevermind: all packages have been rebuilt, and amsynth
> > uploaded as you hinted, so there is no package left depending on
> > libjack0.100.0-0 in unstable (and soon in testing), which means you can
> > remove the libjack0.100.0-0 transitional package at your convenience, be
> > it an upload only for that, or as part of a new upstream version, or
> > whatever.
> > I'm not sure what the status regarding the development package is, but I
> > think I gave clear instructions on how that change should be pursued. I
> > won't be tracking that, though.
> Do not worry about that, I will take care of it. As soon as the jack people
> are ready to upload a version dropping the -0 transitional package, I will
> follow your instructions and drop in a separate upload (allowing for
> migration to testing) the -0-dev package, and making the -dev Provide the
> transitional package. I will file minor (or serious in the case of versioned
> build-depends) bugs against all affected packages and eventually drop the
Can you file the two bugs about "versioned build-depends" already, at
important severity? So that maintainers have some warning in advance of
what's coming. The packages were gst-plugins-bad0.10 and jackbeat.
- Are you sure we're good?
-- Rory and Lorelai