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Electronics metapackages refreshed (Was: Please make sure Debian GIS metapackages are reflecting Buster package pool)


thanks Bas for confirming.

@Debian-Electronics please read below.  I realised that some packages
were lost in the freeze of Buster, recreated the metapackages and
uploaded.  I hope you like this team upload.  I'll also go on filing
an unblock request (except if you don't like it).

Kind regards


On Thu, Jun 13, 2019 at 09:44:28AM +0200, Bas Couwenberg wrote:
> On 2019-06-13 09:33, Andreas Tille wrote:
> > the release date for Buster was fixed now.  This is the time when I
> > re-render those Blends metapackages I feel responsible to make sure that
> > its reflecting the stable package pool.  Usually we are loosing some
> > packages in the freeze process.
> > 
> > I looked into Debian GIS metapackages[1] and noticed that you are
> > maintaining a longish changelog compared to the version in stable.
> > Since I've lost track to the Debian GIS metapackage I will not fiddle
> > around with this but please double check that we are releasing with
> > metapackages that are consistent with the package pool.
> > 
> > I have uploaded Debian Med, Debian Science and DebiChem and will file
> > unblock bugs soon.  Usually the release team accepts longer debdiffs
> > than usual since I explained it in previous releases.  I'll CC the
> > Blends list with these bugs so you have some example.
> debian-gis (0.0.16) should be fine to release with buster.
> The UNRELEASED changes in 0.0.17 are mostly relevant for bullseye.
> Kind Regards,
> Bas


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