Cyril Brulebois <email@example.com> (09/02/2012): > Given there's no reverse dependencies, I'm wondering whether to remove > libguestfs from testing for the time being. Once its counter reaches 10 > days (and if it has no RC bugs), it will be able to enter testing again. > That would make it possible to finalize this transition, and consider > others (lots of them are planned or going on already). > > What do you (and my fellow releasers) think? Several of them ACKed that approach on IRC, so here's what I added to my hints file: | # 20120209 | # erlang transition, libguest goes away for being reuploaded too often | remove libguestfs/1:1.14.8-3 | age-days 8 ejabberd/2.1.10-2 | easy couchdb/amd64/1.1.1-1 couchdb/armel/1.1.1-1 couchdb/i386/1.1.1-1 couchdb/ia64/1.1.1-1 couchdb/kfreebsd-amd64/1.1.1-1 couchdb/kfreebsd-i386/1.1.1-1 couchdb/mips/1.1.1-1 couchdb/mipsel/1.1.1-1 couchdb/powerpc/1.1.1-1 couchdb/s390/1.1.1-1 couchdb/sparc/1.1.1-1 ejabberd/2.1.10-2 erlang/1:15.b-dfsg-2 esdl/1.2-2 wings3d/1.4.1-4 yaws/1.92-1 -libguestfs/1:1.14.8-3 The dry run seems OK, we should have a confirmation in less than 3 hours. Sorry for the late announce. Mraw, KiBi.
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