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Re: NMU'ing for wishlist bugs? (aka: intent to NMU bind9)

A NMU was uploaded last night; kill it if you disagree.  The only change
from the patch in the BTS is to the README/comments

On Thu, Sep 12, 2002 at 08:24:50AM -0600, LaMont Jones wrote:
> There is more to chrooting a daemon than just specifying a userid, and
> that work is in my queue.  It will probably be 2-3 of weeks before I can
> get the package uploaded, though, due to travel.

I didn't try to tackle chrooting, just running as non-root.

> > On a related note, with the new NMU policies set in place during woody's
> > freeze, how are NMU's that fix wishlist bugs viewed?  I would expect
> > that they'd be frowned upon, unless they add an important/heavily
> > desired feature, and don't break anything.. but I figured I'd ask, just
> > to clarify (as this isn't the only wishlist patch of mine that's being
> > ignored by the maintainer..).
> I try to stick to important or higher for my NMU's.  Your mileage may vary.
> lamont
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