On May 13, Klee Dienes wrote
> > I've generated a pgp key (though I've not sent the public version
> > anywhere -- 512 bits enough?), and plan on bringing all my remaining
> > packages up to hamm's standards. However, a recent change in debian
> > policy means that this might not be enough.
> Great! Glad to have you back!
> I'm currently in charge of welcoming "new" maintainers; I'll be happy
> to fill you in on the changes of the past 12 months via private
How much volume?
[Aside: firefly.com got sold to Yahoo, and replaced with orbits.com,
unfortunately, I only got a one-year forwarding address out of it,
and that expired some time ago.]
> > j1 is on the critical list for bo, because it's in devel but it's
> > been reclassified as an interpreter. This seems like it should be
> > trivial to fix -- just move the files.
> Actually, j1 is on the critical list for bo because it depends on
> libreadline instead of libreadline2. This should also be trivial to
> fix, but whether or not there's time for you to do it is a matter for
> Brian to decide.
Hmm.. I've uploaded the fixed package to master, but Incoming is
read-only, so I just dumped them in ~moth.
Also, I've not made any dchanges file, not sure how best to approach
that (still old package format, still no public key).
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