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Re: debootstrap: bad NMU produces buildds not supported by dpkg _and_ CTTE

On Sat, 15 Jul 2023 18:27:24 +0200 Adam Borowski <kilobyte@angband.pl>
> Package: debootstrap
> Version: 1.0.128+nmu3
> Severity: grave
> bluca's NMU on 2023-07-15 makes debootstrap produce chroots using the
> aliased-dirs scheme.  While it's currently the default scheme for
> systems, it is both not supported by dpkg (with no solution in
sight), but
> is also likely to produce packages that are explicitely forbidden by
> recent CTTE ruling that disallows moving files between directories
> by the current usrmerge scheme.
> Quoting the still unsolving issues is pointless (you can read about
> in massive threads in a number of places) as bluca seems to be
> them completely.
> But, what matters here is the CTTE ruling in #1035831 -- for the time
> being,
> packages must not move files between locations affected by the
> aliasing.

If there is somebody who's ignoring things, that would be yourself,
given this change has been not only been explicitly requested, but even
provided _BY_ the CTTE, as you would have easily found out if you
actually went and checked:


Debian Community Team, Adam is once again sabotaging the CTTE's work
with hostile NMUs, could you please intervene? Thank you.

In the meanwhile, I'll immediately revert the sabotage.

Kind regards,
Luca Boccassi

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