Re: Qt3 still broken (compat-headers), what to do?
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On Sunday 13 July 2003 06:32, Steve Langasek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> On Sun, Jul 13, 2003 at 12:14:52AM -0500, Branden Robinson wrote:
> > To punt this to the Technical Committee is to stall a solution for
> > potentially a very long time.
> > If you're certain you're right, and you can get the NMU correct,
> > the only people who will complain will be the package maintainers.
> And given that they're the ones who'll be uploading the package again
> once the NMU is done and can easily revert the change, NMUing against
> the wishes of the maintainers and without the support of a higher
> authority doesn't seem overly productive either.
> I suppose there's always the option of NMUing, and hoping it sticks
> -- then taking it up with the tech ctte. if it doesn't...
I agree with this. Tell the maintainer you are NMU-ing, and do so to
Delayed/. If he reverts/override the change, take it to the tech-ctte.
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