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Libc6 conversion for non-us packages

Hi.  On Martin Mitchell's advice I made a list of non-US packages that
need upgrading to libc6.  I found that most of them already have upgrades
pending, but they seem to be stuck in Incoming.

I found several packages that had no Depends: line at all, even though 
they probably contain executables linked with a C library.  Presumably
the call to dpkg-shlibdeps is missing from the debian/rules files of
these packages.

This makes me wonder how many such packages there are in the main

Helmut Geyer <Helmut.Geyer@iwr.uni-heidelberg.de>
  bzip_0.21-3             (superseded by bzip2?)

Patrick J. Edwards <pje120@mail.usask.ca>
  cfs_1.3.3-1             (i386, but no dependencies)

Jim Pick <jim@jimpick.com>
  des-solnet_1.03-5       (DES Challenge is finished, right?)

Christoph Martin <christoph.martin@uni-mainz.de>
  apache-ssl_1.2.0+1.8-2  (Upgrade in Incoming)
  libssl_0.6.6-2          (Upgrade in Incoming)
  libssl-dev_0.6.6-2      (Upgrade in Incoming)
  ssleay_0.6.6-2          (Upgrade in Incoming)
  ssltelnet_0.9.1-2       (Upgrade in Incoming)

Lars Wirzenius <liw@iki.fi>
  pgp-i_2.6.3a-1          (i386, but no dependencies)
  pgp-us_2.6.3a-1         (i386, but no dependencies)
  rsaref_19930105-1       (i386, but no dependencies)

Michael Meskes <meskes@debian.org>
  sambades_1.9.17p2-1     (Upgrade in Incoming)

Martin Mitchell <martin@debian.org>
  speak-freely_6.1c-1     (Upgrade in Incoming)

Philip Hands <phil@hands.com>
  ssh_1.2.20-7            (Upgrade in Incoming)

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