Re: How to find out why a package was removed from testing?
Frank Küster wrote:
Well, the point is that I thought about doing an NMU. However, I don't
feel like digging into the problem if the package was removed for an
unrelated reason which I cannot change (like dead upstream, better
Err, those are reasons to remove the package from /unstable/, not from
testing. Packages get removed from testing when they have RC bugs, and
that's pretty much it. I don't believe any package has ever been removed
from testing because there's a "better replacement" or "dead upstream"
without it either also having some RC bugs, or having already been
removed from unstable...