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Re: Bo-updates directory is looking mighty lonely...

> I realize everyone is busy with hamm, but I want to encourage everyone to
> use the bo-updates directory when new exciting versions of software come
> out.  In particular there are some important bugs in the current versions of
> XFree86, tar, and sysvutils in bo, so I'd love to see those updated.
> I'd also like to see a version of mutt (suitable for export) make it into
> bo-updates.
> If the normal packagers of these programs don't have time to make new
> packages for bo, I may be able to find time to do it myself.  Please let me
> know if you'd like me to do so.

It was already decided that we should create another directory for 
these uploads. Current bo-updates is for security fixes only.
Some mailnainers already uploaded libc5 versions of their packages to

As for "third-party" uploads, Jim Pick (http://www.jimpick.com) offered to
create such an upload directory on his server but didn't have time to
do that yet ...

Alex Y.

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