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Re: rsyslog_7.4.4-1~bpo70+1_amd64.changes REJECTED



Michael Biebl <biebl@debian.org> writes:

> Hi,
>
> Am 29.09.2013 01:13, schrieb Micah Anderson:
>> Michael Biebl <biebl@debian.org> writes:
>> 
>>> Am 29.09.2013 00:00, schrieb Alexander Wirt:
>>>>
>>>> As requested by uploader.
>>>
>>> Hm, what's going on here?
>> 
>> Sorry, I backported it without talking to you and then uploaded it and
>> realized not only was that was wrong, but the reason I was backporting
>> it was for the mmanon module, but that module doesn't do what I want[0],
>> so I thought it would be better if I didn't become responsible for that
>> backport, so I requested that the backport be rejected.
>> 
>> 
>> 0. http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=477
>
> Well, I was going to upload a backport of rsyslog v7 anyway, that's why
> I had started uploading librelp to bpo and poking Pierre about a bpo
> upload for libestr.
> I wouldn't have been bothered if rsyslog had been accepted fwiw, but a
> quick email beforehand would be nice to e.g. avoid duplicate work.
> I'm very open to backports, as I think it's a nice service for our
> users. We just need to make sure we don't do it too much in an
> uncoordinated way (without the inclusion of the individual package
> maintainer for example).

If you would like, I can re-upload the libestr and rsyslog backports
that I did, I still have them. I just didn't want to be responsible for
the backports if I was not using them. 

They were not very difficult to do, I only needed to make sure that
libestr was in my stable chroot before building.

micah

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