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Re: way to tell when a package makes it to testing?

On Mon, May 09, 2005 at 08:48:03AM -0400, sean finney wrote:
> hey all,

> (this is a general, non-release related question)

> i was talking with another member of my local LUG, and he asked
> if there was a way to tell when a package was uploaded into the
> testing distribution.  currently, the package qa pages say when
> a package is uploaded into unstable, and they say how long
> packages will probably have to wait before they make it into
> testing, but there's no after-the-fact mention of when a package
> was uploaded into testing.

> is there some upload log somewhere that this can be found?  since i
> think this would be a nice feature to add into the qa infrastructure,
> what should i report a wishlist bug against to ask for this info
> on the qa page?

There is no log; there is only the daily output of britney, telling which
packages have been accepted in.

There is now a debian-testing-changes mailing list, for which the goal is
eventually to have it inform about everything going in and out of testing;
for the moment, it only tracks uploads to testing-proposed-updates.

Steve Langasek
postmodern programmer

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