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Re: gnome-orca_3.11.92-1_amd64.changes ACCEPTED into experimental

On 22/03/14 10:39, Mario Lang wrote:
> Joanmarie Diggs <jdiggs@igalia.com> writes:
>> I think it is uber-awesome that this upgrade was chosen. And I really
>> don't want to discourage you from doing it. <grins> But I feel
>> obligated to point out that because you all going to start shipping
>> Orca 3.10.x (to replace the ancient 3.4.x) I am planning to do another
>> 3.10 release which includes this fix and a few others which are
>> simple, safe, and important. The changes are already in the gnome-3-10
>> branch upstream should you be interested in knowing what they are.
>> I'll probably roll that tarball the same time I do the 3.12.0 one.
> Thanks for the info.  Fixing things like these in a stable branch is
> always a good idea.  However, as things look currently, I guess we will
> jump right to 3.12.x once that is out.  Our freeze is still half a year
> away, so we'll try to keep more current in the upcoming months.

Right. We (as in the GNOME maintainers) are planning on pushing GNOME 3.12 to
sid right away (except that stuff that will need to wait because of
transitions). So having orca 3.12 in sid could happen next week.


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