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Re: Improper NMU (Re: NMU for libquota-perl)

John Goerzen wrote:
> > Why are you upset about it? Was the quality of the NMU bad? One of the
> > main points of a BSP is afaik that you can make NMUs to delayed
> > _without_ previous notice to the maintainer.
> I see no reason that a BSP should be a "sanctioned but undocumented
> exception to procedure".  Why not follow standard procedures?

Standard procedure for NMU's was considerably relaxed (or rather,
clarified) this winter by the release manager. The developers reference
is just that: a reference of typical best practice. Sometimes it's
expedient to not follow its every letter, and that's ok.

see shy jo

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