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Re: Updated backport for shibboleth-sp2?

Russ Allbery schrieb am Friday, den 18. February 2011:

> Alexander Wirt <formorer@formorer.de> writes:
> > Russ Allbery schrieb am Friday, den 18. February 2011:
> >> I uploaded this to backports-master.debian.org, but it seems to have
> >> disappeared without a trace and I never got an upload notification or a
> >> rejection.  I know my key is working because an earlier backport of
> >> remctl went into the archive properly.  Could someone who's watching
> >> the list and has access to go poke at the backports archive management
> >> let me know what went wrong so that I can fix it?  Or, alternatively,
> >> should problems like this go into RT instead?
> > This was a stable update, since stable is closed its currently waiting
> > in p-u-new.
> > I'll ack that package later that day. 
> Hm.  I'm confused... I'm probably misunderstanding something.
> Debian stable (squeeze) released with 2.3.1+dfsg-5.  lenny-backports
> currently has 2.3.1+dfsg-2~bpo50+1.  I uploaded 2.3.1+dfsg-5~bpo50+1 to
> backports-master a few days ago to get the fixes that released with
> squeeze into the lenny backport, or at least that's what I was trying to
> do.
> Did I mess up the distribution and accidentally propose the backport as a
> stable update of some kind?
> The update of squeeze to 2.3.1+dfsg-5 went in before the release, so there
> shouldn't have been any interaction with proposed-updates on that end so
> far as I know.
No everything is fine. We just had to technicaly close the distribution
(lenny-backports) and every upload has to get approved by hand from an
ftpmaster to prevent any accidents. Sorry if I confused you with the "stable"


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