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Re: Upcoming Debian Releases

On May 13, Klee Dienes wrote
> > 9258: sgml-tools       - Unresolved dependency report for sgml-tools
> Bug #9258 could also be fixed by moving sgml-data_0.02 from 'hamm' to
> 'bo'.  Since sgml-data_0.02 appears to have been in 'hamm' for several
> weeks with no bug reports, this might be a reasonable option.

I second this. I would like to see sgml-tools in bo.

> > 9127: seyon            - seyon depends on X11R6 instead of xlib6
> If you like, I'd be willing to re-compile the current version of seyon
> with fixed dependencies and re-upload it within 12 hours.  Probably
> it'd be safer just to remove it, but I wanted the offer to be
> available.

It's already fixed and in Incoming on master (waiting to be moved in bo)

seyon_2.14c-5.diff.gz   seyon_2.14c-5.tar.gz    seyon_2.14c-5_i386.deb

$ dpkg -I seyon_2.14c-5_i386.deb

 new debian package, version 2.0.
 size 96292 bytes: control archive= 1106 bytes.
     445 bytes,    15 lines      control
    1371 bytes,    46 lines   *  postinst             #!/bin/bash
     194 bytes,     9 lines   *  postrm               #!/bin/bash
 Package: seyon
 Version: 2.14c-5
 Architecture: i386
 Maintainer: (orphaned)
 Section: non-free
 Priority: Extra
 Depends: xlib6, libc5
 Optional: lrzsz, kermit
 Description: Full-featured native X11 communications program.
  Seyon is a complete full-featured modem communications package
  for the X Window System. Some of its features are:
   - dialing directory
   - terminal emulation (DEC VT02, Tektronix 4014 and ANSI)
   - script language
   - Zmodem


Christian Meder, email: christian.meder@utoronto.ca

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I never go to see
Where it ends.
It fills a few hollows,
And makes banks for the swallows, 
It sets the sand a-blowing,
And the blackberries a-growing.
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