Hello world, I had been hoping that I wouldn't have to resort to adding a stick to the various carrots, but evidently we have developers who aren't taking care to measure twice before cutting once. The 0-day NMU period has *not* started, and will not start until the 23rd. People who abuse this privlege by not applying a due amount of care to their NMUs will have their NMU privileges revoked in their entirety until the 0-day NMU period ends on 2003-09-15. Thankyou for your time. > From: Javier Fernandez-Sanguino Pen~a <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Subject: Accepted makepasswd 1.10-1.1 (all source) > Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2003 21:32:06 -0400 > To: email@example.com > Sender: Archive Administrator <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Format: 1.7 > Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2003 02:40:37 +0200 > Source: makepasswd > Binary: makepasswd > Architecture: source all > Version: 1.10-1.1 > Distribution: unstable > Urgency: low > Maintainer: Johnie Ingram <email@example.com> > Changed-By: Javier Fernandez-Sanguino Pen~a <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Description: > makepasswd - Generate and encrypt passwords > Closes: 44788 50885 147808 168492 190485 > Changes: > makepasswd (1.10-1.1) unstable; urgency=low > . > * Non-maintainer upload. > Since the rules have changed and this package has not > (since potato) I'm uploading to 0-delay. This upload will > not fix any RC bugs but at least will (almost) remove all > the bugs open for this package, and it didn't take me > much time to figure these out... > - Change program name so that the help text is displayed > properly (Closes: #147808) > - Now Build-Depends-Indep from debhelper (Closes: #190485) > (I'm not bumping up the Standards Version since this should > be revised by the maintainer) > - Using --clear now exits with error warning the user that > the option is no longer valid (Closes: #50885) > - Added 'use bytes' as suggested by reporter to be UTF-8 clean > (although I'm not sure if this bug applies any longer since > I cannot reproduce it, in any case, using that module > shouldn't, hopefully, break anything. (Closes: #168492) > - Generate MD5 passwords with the --crypt-md5 option (Closes: #44788) > Files: > c3859e8823edde8a9b92cc2702fb178e 676 admin optional makepasswd_1.10-1.1.dsc > 7bbe5bd187b9165b4a711c9e44ad6d6c 4172 admin optional makepasswd_1.10-1.1.diff.gz > c443559fabba20d19947e1c91b4aef54 10176 admin optional makepasswd_1.10-1.1_all.deb > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > Version: 2.6.3ia > Charset: noconv > > iQCVAwUBP0LNMPtEPvakNq0lAQFmHAP9EC+gTZITLxCICHTEalu6SppIiI8ixil2 > iJz8RVqwrVM/ApbXWAsoCDpQOVvViVYYWxjvUPFexMYB5pccF8wE3RfAdX7crU8i > AGNXW5EBZ52g+0mhzSzPXiaqQihD8QPzBaDRgohq9PonUNtiUDfBVoXAFwW6l8UZ > PXQhI9Ej6i4= > =ZyXj > -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- > > > Accepted: > makepasswd_1.10-1.1.diff.gz > to pool/main/m/makepasswd/makepasswd_1.10-1.1.diff.gz > makepasswd_1.10-1.1.dsc > to pool/main/m/makepasswd/makepasswd_1.10-1.1.dsc > makepasswd_1.10-1.1_all.deb > to pool/main/m/makepasswd/makepasswd_1.10-1.1_all.deb Cheers, aj -- Anthony Towns <email@example.com> <http://azure.humbug.org.au/~aj/> I don't speak for anyone save myself. GPG signed mail preferred. ``Is this some kind of psych test? Am I getting paid for this?''
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