Re: c102 transition nearly complete... mini-mass bug filing OK?
On Mon, Feb 02, 2004 at 04:10:49PM -0500, Nathanael Nerode wrote:
> is back up, and shows that there are only 46 source packages still compiled
> with g++ 2.95 (not counting intentional exceptions like qt2), and *all*
> libraries have transitioned. Excellent!
Some of those remaining are in non-free:
flashplugin-nonfree we certainly can't do anything about, and I'm not sure
about the other two.
The remaining list is:
Some of these have been uploaded recently, and only have this outdated
dependency on one architecture (such as jigdo), implying that their
maintainer is building binary uploads on a woody system or something like
that. The maintainers will need to be contacted in order to make sure that
this is permanently fixed.
> Does it seem reasonable to file a bug against every one of these packages
> (except those which already have such bugs filed against them)?
> If so, what severity should I use?
Let's discuss it here first.