Re: policy about putting packages into frozen ?
Quoting Andreas Jellinghaus (email@example.com):
> my problem is the isdn package : the new version was released (beta1)
> this week, and it was tested a long time (public cvs tree). now it has a
> documentation (not all binaries but at least some), some new features
> and a lot of bugs fixed. the old release is nearly unusable (the kernel
> driver was fixes in 2.0.29 and again in 2.0.30, the old isdn utils won't
> run with the new device driver, but using old kernels isn't a good thing
> in this case.)
> so : am i allowed to upload the package into frozen (i will build it
> these day, upload it into unstable, and beg some isdn users to test it).
> if there are no major problems, it should go into frozen (the old
> package is nearly unusable and buggy).
The old (well, latest) isdnutils package got some real problems, I'd like to
Since I'm also following the isdn4linux development quite closely I can only
say that Andreas is right, there were many bugfixes and isdnutils needs an
update. It can hardly be less working, only better, see?
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