Sounds good -- this bug had just gone radio silent, so I wanted to see
if it had been dropped or something, nice to see there is good reason
If you have a package that works, and is good it might be a good idea
to upload it so it gets a spot in the new queue, and as you may know
things in the new queue don't necessarily get processed in order.
Getting things in there, and then updating the package with a
different installer is an option.
Thanks for the update!
Frederik Dannemare schrieb am Tuesday, den 15. February 2005:
> On Tuesday 15 February 2005 23:12, Micah Anderson wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Its been a month since the last viewable activity on this ITP. There
> > recently was a new release of rkhunter and I am very interested in
> > seeing it packaged for Debian, so I guess I am just being irritating
> > in asking whats going on, but I will offer my help if any is needed.
> I emailed upstream author 3 weeks ago with some (rather big) patches to
> suggest a much more flexible installer process.
> When I saw the 1.2.0 release last week I yet again emailed upstream and
> asked about my suggestion. He wrote back to me that he was a bit behind
> on unread mails in his inbox, but he would let me know when he had had
> time to review my patches.
> Until then I'm a bit hessitating as to package rkhunter (I'm also very
> busy with my NM process, atm). Anyways, the NEW queue is *huge* these
> days, so an upload of rkhunter tomorrow most likely would be waiting in
> the NEW queue for months, I estimate.
> Best regards,
> Frederik Dannemare | mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
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