Re: sox transition
On Fri, May 25, 2012 at 1:12 PM, Julien Cristau <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 22:53:49 -0400, Pascal Giard wrote:
>> Hello dear release team,
>> With libsox2 in the archive, we can start the transition (late but
>> hopefully not too late) so that the new SoX can make it into testing.
>> The following source packages need to be rebuilt:
>> IIUC, the transition has the following parameters:
>> is_affected = .build-depends ~ /libsox-dev/;
>> is_good = .depends ~ /libsox2/;
>> is_bad = .depends ~ /libsox1b/;
> Thanks, added as
>> Please schedule binNMUs for the above mentioned packages on all
>> architectures except ebook-speaker on hurd-i386 where the rebuild
>> seems to be done already(!).
In order for me to do things properly next time, if I understand the
procedure properly (explained at ) , I should first fill a bug
report against release.debian.org. Once I get the approval from the
release team, only then should I upload the new package to unstable
and send the email to email@example.com like I did.
Is that correct?
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