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Re: NMUs for Python Policy -- please hold them a little

On Fri, Jun 23, 2006 at 04:33:50PM +0200, Loïc Minier <lool+debian@via.ecp.fr> wrote:
>         Hi,
>  It's nice that people spend extra time in taking care of the packages
>  of others, for example when they upload a NMU to fix serious or
>  important issues, however this is not always desired or required
>  immediately.
>    I suppose some people think the green flag has been waved for NMUing
>  Python packages for the new Python Policy, but -- without any judgment
>  whether this is the case or not -- I'd like to ask: please let the
>  maintainers a little more time, for example a week starting today.
>  Probably the biggest reason why I feel this extra time would be useful
>  is because the new Python Policy and the tools supporting it saw
>  non-negligible changes in the last days.  All of this only settled very
>  recently.  This explains why maintainers have been reluctant in moving
>  packages to the new policy immediately.
>  (This is not a call against properly done NMUs in general, but a
>  specific call to postpone NMUs concerning the Python Policy by a few
>  days because the situation just stabilized.)

Is it actually stabilized ?


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