perl 5.6.1-8.2 in testing?
Not that I am complaining because security updates are always good, but
how exactly did perl 5.6.1-8.2 make it into testing sometime in the last
couple of days? It didn't come from unstable, because unstable moved to
perl 5.8.0 a while ago, and I didn't know that there /was/ any other way
for updated software to make its way into testing. It appears to have
originally been a stable security update from the end of November. For
it to just now make it to testing implies that someone made a special
effort to upload it, but noone cares about security updates for testing,
right? This is just an abject curiosity question to see if anyone can
explain the mystery...