Re: Thoughts on Debian quality, including automated testing
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Moritz Muehlenhoff <email@example.com> writes:
> Why don't we add a status field into the PTS, where a maintainer can
> denote her "NMU policy" for a given source package? E.g. a
> selection box, ranging from "Don't dare to touch this, I bite" to
> "Feel free to 0d-NMU for every severity as long a you send the
You have to send a patch for all NMUs in any case. A simple "NMU at
will" tag should be sufficient. However, a distribution-wide (or
priority-based for base/standard/optional/extra) policy would be
simpler to understand and make use of.
The fact of being group-maintained /should/ make it simpler for
third-party changes to get into a package anyway (since there are more
maintainers to review and commit changes). This should lessen the
need for 0-day NMUs.
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