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Re: DAK (2)

On Tue, Dec 10, 2002 at 10:08:16AM +1100, Brian May wrote:
> 1. For package installations, DAK will inform both the uploader and the
>    maintainer. For private archives should it inform the maintainer?
>    Maybe a message "Your package has been installed in the private
>    archive at http://.../ and has SE-Linux support" might be good, and
>    clearly indicates that the package maintainer doesn't have to panick
>    about a non-authorised version being uploaded to Debian.
> 2. Where is the code that moves unstable to testing? That does not
>    appear to be here?
> 3. Could the information in apt.conf be automatically generated from
>    kate.conf? It seems very much like apt.conf just duplicates
>    a lot of information in the Suite section of kate.conf, and I dislike
>    duplicating config information (it increases the chances of a
>    mismatch).
> 4. When installing a new package (with lisa I think), how do you specify
>    with component {main,contrib,non-free} it will go into?

5. What is the dsync-flist used by mkchecksums, and where can I get it
from? Google search returns nothing.
Brian May <bam@debian.org>

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