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Re: Bug#433119: nfs-common: NFS volume no longer mounted on boot

On Sat, Jul 14, 2007 at 11:31:58PM +0200, Frans Pop wrote:
> On Saturday 14 July 2007 22:57, Steve Langasek wrote:
> > > <fjp> vorlon: Any opinion on #433119? As it is now, this would affect 
> > > testing too as soon as nfs-utils is old enough.
> > > <vorlon> fjp: get the release team to block the package until
> > > sysvinit is fixed?

> > Ahem, "RW".  If you must resort to invoking me in an appeal to
> > authority, please use accurate citations. :)  (I.e., I neither added
> > such a block, nor declared this to be an RC bug on nfs-utils; I have no
> > more authority over lenny than you or any other developer.)

> Sorry, I don't understand. AFAIK the quotation is 100% accurate, unless 
> you were replying to a different comment from me.

You prefaced that quote with

> it would seem that RM agrees that this is an RC issue:

and I'm not an RM.

> The only thing that may be wrong is my interpretation of your comment. I 
> took it to mean that you agreed the issue was serious enough to be 
> considered RC and that the release team [1] would consider a request to 
> block this new version of nfs-utils from migrating if it were made.
> I don't think I ever implied that you actually set such a block.

> [1] I do hope that the RW sill is a member of the release team and also
> RM also stands for "Release Management" or "Release Managers", especially 
> when used without article...

Uh, to my knowledge RM has never stood for "Release Management" in a Debian
context.  So if that's what you meant, ok, but I don't think that was clear
to the audience (and it wasn't clear to me).

Sure, a request to block nfs-utils from migrating would be considered; and
yes, I'm still part of the release team, and my opinions tend to align with
those of the RMs; but I don't speak for them.

Steve Langasek                   Give me a lever long enough and a Free OS
Debian Developer                   to set it on, and I can move the world.
vorlon@debian.org                                   http://www.debian.org/

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