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Re: Allow console-data/console-common to enter sarge?

Quoting Christian Perrier (bubulle@debian.org):
> Console-data 2002.12.04dbs-46.3 was targeted at sarge, with only d-i
> related fixes (translation issues as well as usability issues)
> A few later, Alastair uploaded 2002.12.04dbs-48 in sid, where it is
> now wince nearly 40 days. This version features a rebuilt with
> console-common 0.48, so I suppose that allowing console-data -48 to
> enter sarge means that console-common 0.7.48 should enter it as well.
> As far as I can see console-common 0.7.47 and 0.7.48 only include typo
> fixes and translation fixes, so it's very likely that it is OK for
> sarge and will not break d-i (I just did a few sid installs with the
> sid_d-i ISO images and didn't notice specific problems).
> However, as I'm not the package maintainer, I guess he (Alastair)
> needs to give his input about this issue.
> So, Alastair, do you confirm that it's time for these both packages to
> enter sarge ?
> console-data -48 is long awaited for d-i usability issues and has been
> very well tested in Debian Installer sid_d-i builds since nearly 40
> days.

There has been no objection (but no real positive comment also, to be
honest), so I think it's now safe to request that both console-common
and console-data get the very last kick from our beloved release
managers to get in testing.

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