On sneon 3 April 2010, Russ Allbery wrote: > Thijs Kinkhorst <email@example.com> writes: > > That is good news. Forgive me if this has been considered or decided > > already, or even talked about somewhere that I missed - but will all > > packages that were uploaded to sid before the outage, have been aged so > > that they are ready to migrate once FTP-master comes back? It has been > > 10 days afterall. Or can that be made so? Would be nice if we could > > 'catch up' at least that part of the development process. > > I don't think that's a very good idea. The primary purpose of the aging > is to give unstable users a chance to catch significant bugs before the > packages go to testing, and no one has been testing them while they're > sitting in the upload queue. To clarify, I'm talking about packages "that were uploaded to sid before the outage". It is my understanding that once FTP-master stopped, the daily aging process stopped aswell. Say I uploaded 5 days before the outage and the package was at the time accepted in sid, will my package now be instantly aged >10 days - thus ready for migration - or will it enter waiting day 6? cheers, Thijs
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