Re: Preparation of fixes to 6.0.1
On Sat, 2011-02-12 at 22:46 +0000, Otavio Salvador wrote:
> I have prepare some branches that has what I am intending to upload to
> stable-proposed-updates. The modules I have changed are the following:
Doesn't look like this got uploaded yet? The relevant fix is in
unstable but not testing yet; could we unblock the unstable package?
Presumably needs the kernel to be in before uploading. Also, I'd
assumed that each of the l-k-d-i-* would get re-uploaded after the
kernel had been updated? That's certainly what tended to happen for
We agreed to skip this.
Was this a checksum-related change? I can't immediately find a
repository for it in order to check.
Uploaded and accepted minus the checksum changes, as agreed.
Not uploaded yet?
Planned for this weekend, although not uploaded yet afaics.
tbm's fixes for the new devices look fine. Not updated in unstable yet
though, so you'll end up with the squeeze version being propagated
Needs everything else (except d-i-n-i) to be in place first.
Is the current proposed upload everything between the 20110106 tag and
the head of the squeeze branch? (i.e. up to 60f4ca5)
As there hasn't been a d-i upload in unstable since the release, and
assuming there isn't one beforehand, the updated images from p-u should
get copied to testing and unstable during the point release; not sure
how you (-boot) and ftp-master feel about that.
Needs updating for #616014, both for sanity and license compliance
reasons. See above r.e. versioning.
Updated in both p-u and unstable, but not in testing yet as it's on
britney's needs-approval list. Could we unblock it? Otherwise 1.17
+squeeze1 will end up in testing during the point release.
Looks okay, other than the version number should be 1.68+squeeze1.
Fixed in unstable but not migrated to testing yet; could we unblock it?
The fix for #611314 was previously acked and is fine. The comment
removed as part of 4b40c64 says "# Loading snd-powermac locks up G5
systems"; is that no longer the case?
Again, this has been fixed in unstable but not unblocked for testing
Admittedly I have a slight vested interest here, but getting #613910
fixed in squeeze (and preferably unstable and testing) should help
reduce the support burden on #debian from people who chose not to use a
network mirror during install uncommenting the broken sources.list
entries, either manually or using e.g. update-manager, and then being
surprised when they don't work.
- anything I missed?