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Re: Non-US uploads are stopped for a little while

On Wed, Mar 20, 2002 at 03:30:48PM -0300, Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:
> I am not the one in the know, but after the 4th bug report complaining that
> one of my non-us packages was "old" and to please upload a new one. I got
> fed up, thus I am announcing the issue widely.
> Uploads to non-us are not making it to the archive right now. This situation
> is supposed to be over soon. It is related to the crypto-in-main
> transitions. For all I know, it might be over today or next month.
> Please verify it twice before you fill bugs that are probably caused by a
> upload to non-US being held in limbo.  If you don't know, don't file the
> bug.  Ask in debian-user or in IRC instead.

Was the annouced anywhere? If so, sorry, I missed it. I regularly
check debian-devel-annouce, and didn't see anything on this.

I complained to a number of people that my uploads weren't getting
accepted (actually both with main and non-us), and noone seemed to have
any idea why (at least no-one who was willing to share this with me).

I have a number of potentially serious (but easy to fix bugs) in
Heimdal, I guess it is pointless doing any more work until the upload
situation is rectified...

Also, when I aanounced an ITP on fpm, noone seemed to realize that it
was pointless too, if no uploads on nonus are being accepted (not that I
highlighted it would have to go on non-us).

So thanks anyway for your E-Mail. Now I can spend my time on more
productive tasks ;-).

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