Re: amd64 uploads
Goswin von Brederlow a écrit :
Pierre Habouzit <email@example.com> writes:
Moreover, looking at , there is a quite rather impressive list of
package that FTBFS since ages, that are apparently unmaintained, and
whose maintainer looks like to be MIA since more than a year (all
packages are the same version as in stable, or NMU-ed, and a lot of
important â€” or higher severities â€” opened bugs for more than a year,
not to mention the ones that are tagged 'patch').
There is also a number of packages (418) that used to build (available
on amd64.debian.net) but now FTBFS or Dep-Wait on something that
FTBFS. All of those you can probably summarize under bit-rot. The
Debian-amd64 team has now started doing some aggressive porter NMUs
(policy allows them after 7 days so don't come screaming if we NMU
some month old bug).
This one dep-wait on the wrong package.
I also noticed cpuburn has not been rebuilt, probably because it is
listed i386 only in Package-Arch-Specific, whereas the amd64 team was
probably using another version of this file.
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