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Re: Bug#97671: 88 Priority violations in woody

(Removed Cc: to the bug number as it's not relevant.)

On Tue, Apr 30, 2002 at 06:58:57PM -0500, Branden Robinson wrote:
> > That's not true, katie sends out the closing messages when the package
> > is in the Debian archive.
> In my experience, it sends out the closing messages roughly
> contemporaneously with the time the package is moved into
> queue/accepted.  Or has this changed very recently?  Earlier this week,
> it was still the case.
> > It's not propagated to all the mirrors of the same archive, but it
> > nevertheless is in the archive. Even before NI, it sent the
> > bug-closing messages before the mirror sync was started.
> Which subdirectories of queue/ are part of the "archive" and which are
> not?

Even if it doesn't put stuff into pool/, the package is accepted, at that
point it's in the archive[1] as there's no way for it to get automatically
thrown out and thus invalidate the closing of the bug.

[1] we really know how to overload those terms, don't we? distribution,
section, archive... each of these has a few definitions and whatever else
makes sense even remotely can be a new definition. ;)

     2. That which causes joy or happiness.

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