Re: Unstable -> testing: what is holding up postgresql?
Wichert Akkerman wrote:
>Previously Oliver Elphick wrote:
>> How can I find out what is holding up the transfer of postgresql from
>> unstable to testing?
>At the very least powerpc and m68k recompiles.
OK, but where can I find out why _they_ haven't recompiled?
Is there some tool to say what things are waiting on? If I could find
that out, I could perhaps do something about fixing it.
postgresql isn't mentioned in http://buildd.debian.org/stats/powerpc-dep-wait.t
Does that cover non-US? If not, is there an equivalent for non-US?
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