Quoting Steven Chamberlain (firstname.lastname@example.org): > On 14/04/13 11:03, Christian PERRIER wrote: > > As a consequence, having the desktop-gnome task broken on kFreeBSD > > because of the dependency on n-m-gnome can be considered as non > > release critical... > > Just for the record, I'm not happy about this. I'm sorry for this but, given the feedback received by Cyril's mail to -bsd, -boot, that seemed to be the simplest option. I was balanced about working in tasksel to upload with the simple "move to Recommends" fix but a brief discussion on IRC discouraged me. The fix is simple, yes....but the work in tasksel's git to create a wheezy branch starting from 3.14+nmu1, adding the fix to it and upload was something not trivial and....at the same time I got an RC bug in one of my packages, one I consider much more important than Gnome in kFreeBSD. So, my priority changed. I think that nobody is prevented to fix the issue but I would ask fixing it *and* dealing with things in tasksel's git, not just with an NMU. Things are probably trivial for someone very comfortable with git. I am not...not enough at least. And, well, doesn't this issue really fit the definition of "important"?
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