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Re: NEW processing

On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 03:57:49PM +0000, Clint Adams wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 11:44:19AM -0400, Mike O'Connor wrote:
> > yes, usually it should.  It doesn't always.  I have tried to file bugs
> > when I find them in the archive.  The citadel related packages are a
> > recent example of this. Unfortunately they don't always get filed.  In
> > my mind it would be better if the maintainers were to do this, seeing as
> > it is evendenced by threads like this, we are having trouble keeping up
> > with the NEW queue wihtout doing all of the source checks of packages
> > not in the queue as you seem to be suggesting we should possibly be
> > doing.
> Can you comment on why citadel was not immediately removed from Debian
> if it merited a REJECT?

I cannot.  I can say that I opened RC bugs and made sure others from the
FTP team and from Release and Stable Release were aware of exactly what
was happening.  The uploader was upstream, so upstream was being made
aware as well.

Would you recommend that we remove packages from stable when this


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