Re: Proposed update to python-debian
On Thu, December 29, 2011 09:10, Adam D. Barratt wrote:
> On 28.12.2011 23:45, John Wright wrote:
>> Attached is a patch to the python-debian package which I intend to
>> upload to stable.
> Apparently you already _have_ uploaded it.
> Eight hours is really not a long enough time to have waited for a
> response, particularly when practically all of the release team memebers
> handling stable are in Europe and were likely asleep for the majority of
> those eight hours. For future reference, the expected workflow - as
> outlined in the Developers Reference and a number of mails to d-d-a - is
> to wait for an acknowledgement before uploading. Now that you've
> uploaded the package will be processed in due course, but it would be
> appreciated if you could bear this in mind for any future uploads.
This problem seems to occur with regular intervals. Wouldn't it be
possible to change dak so that uploads are queued in a way that makes it
less of a problem should they not be accepted lateron? Also makes it
easier for the uploader (upload it now - don't have to keep your build
around) and the srm's (can review the actual uploaded package instead of
an emailed debdiff). Perhaps something like a DELAYED queue with infinite