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Re: A suggestion for the woody freeze

"Tille, Andreas" <TilleA@rki.de> cum veritate scripsit:

> > Getting pcmcia-cs into woody would be very good.
> > pcmcia-cs has not seen any new version since potato to enter
> > "testing".
> But where is the problem??

The problem was AFAIK that the maintainer didn't originally know
about how testing worked, and that "release critical bug"
did in fact stop packages from entering testing.
And that part of the problem was solved.

The current problem seems like that pcmcia-cs needs to be rebuilt on
alpha, ppc, and arm.

> any such stuff to test, but perhaps we could enforce something by
> discussing it here (or is this a FAQ??).

Try looking at http://ftp-master.debian.org/testing/update-excuses.txt.gz
and see what might be the problem.

 ・ pcmcia-cs (3.1.22-0.1potato to 3.1.31-3)
     □ Maintainer: Brian Mays
     □ Package is in freeze, doubling delay
     □ 7 days old (needed 4 days)
     □ out of date on alpha: pcmcia-cs (from 3.1.22-3)
     □ out of date on arm: pcmcia-cs (from 3.1.29-3)
     □ out of date on i386: pcmcia-modules-2.4.14-386 (from 3.1.29-4);
        pcmcia-modules-2.2.20-ext3, pcmcia-modules-2.4.13-386 (from 3.1.29-3)
     □ out of date on powerpc: pcmcia-modules-2.4.16-newpmac (from 3.1.29-4);
        pcmcia-cs (from 3.1.28-2)
     □ Not considered

> > The kernel and the modules seem to be always out of date on woody.
> Why not just freeze the kernel-modules?

No idea. Please ask the respective maintainers.


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