Hello, I would like to upload gnutls26 to unstable sometime soonish. This is a soname bump from gnutls13. The API has also changed a little bit, but the only package in Debian/main build-depending on (and correctly building with) gnutls13 but not with gnutls26 is wwwoffle. (#450852: patch in bts). Because of this I am intending to keep the libgnutls-dev package name. There is also a license change, libgnutls-extra (including the openssl wrapper) has gone from GPLv2+ to GPLv3+. I have checked *directly* linking packages for license incompabilities. libgnutls-extra is rarely used and most of the users are GPLv2+ themselves. These packages will break however: * lynx and lynx-cur (Forwarded upstream http://news.gmane.org/find-root.php?message_id=%3cf7a755%2d7ch.ln1%40argenau.downhill.at.eu.org%3e ) * ssmtp #456442 * freewheeling #456433 (already forwarded upstream) Any thoughts on the timing? Would it perhaps be helpful if I uploaded a gnutls26 without libgnutls-dev (i.e. just library, -guile, -dbg and -bin) to unstable and wait until it is has gone to testing before really starting the transition? thanks, cu andreas  There is a a single-digit number of packages FTBFSing because of (reported) bugs or unfinished transitions. -- `What a good friend you are to him, Dr. Maturin. His other friends are so grateful to you.' `I sew his ears on from time to time, sure'
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