Re: [Secure-testing-team] summary of what's blocking security fixes from testing
Joey Hess wrote:
> FTBFS on arm (ICE)
> missing hppa and m68k builds
> kde transtion
I had a look at these, but it's worth a fix, xpdf has been more critical, because someone
could indirectly mess with the print spooler, but kpdf as a simple app doesn't warrant
a fix IMO.
And the kdeedu issue is really minor.
> kde transition
I have fixed packages ready, I'll send them to you this evening, after some more testing.
kdebase will be fixed next.
> mozilla (partially fixed in secure-testing)
> 41 days old, AKA, is this package being maintained?
> rc bugs, FTBDS, etc
633 open bugs, 10 of them RC. Should probably be team-maintained.
> 26 days old
> rc bug
> FTBFS on m68k
This (and mysql-dfsg) are perfect candidates for DTSAs/NMUs, the fix is a simple
> 177 days old
> 3 RC bugs, max 98 days old, none with responses from maintainers
> recommend removal from testing (and/or debian)
Fix is a one-liner as well.
> too young
Could very well be bumped, it only contains the (IMO non-invasive) security fixes
and typo fixes.