Re: mini-freeze for apt/libsigc++/gtkmm2.0
Hi release team,
> This is a quick note to let you know that things are nearly ready to allow
> updates of apt, libsigc++1.2, gtkmm2.0, and related packages into etch as
> part of the C++ ABI transition. At this point, the main blocker is perl,
> which is expected to be a candidate for testing soon once a new upload takes
> place to fix an arm build failure. Please don't upload any of these
> packages to unstable without coordination with the release team until the
> packages have successfully transitioned to etch. The status of your
> packages can of course always be tracked using packages.qa.debian.org or
> Michael Koch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
There is currently a new version of varconf in the NEW queue.
Naturally I can say when it will get in.
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