Mike O'Connor <firstname.lastname@example.org> (25/03/2009): > Yes, there have definately been times when packages are rejected from > NEW that only got there becuase of a package addition. I'd say its > common, even. If a package passes through new, then the maintainer > uploads without really paying attention to what they are uploading, > upstream licensing may have changed, making the package no longer > acceptable. Or the package might have passed NEW in the past when it > really shoudln't have. And while the new package is kept out, the package currently in the archive might not be suitable at all. In the case of a single binary addition, that would mean as many RC bugs as REJECTED packages, don't you think? I might have missed some, but I haven't followed -bugs-rc closely last weeks, I must confess. Mraw, KiBi.
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