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Re: ia32-libs{-tools}, multiarch, squeeze

Micha Lenk <micha@lenk.info> writes:

> Hi,
> Hans-J. Ullrich schrieb:
>> Am Sonntag 05 Juli 2009 schrieb Goswin von Brederlow:
>>> The conversion system is an ugly hack. Sure. [...]
>> Despite whatever the people say, I like the new package. And I like the idea 
>> behind it. And if it does not work at the beginning, who cares? It is 
>> "unstable". To those who are mourning: Du you know the meaning of the word 
>> "unstable"? It means, there is no guarantee, things will work! It means, 
>> things must not be, as they were since many years. It means, things can crash. 
> Except packages uploaded to unstable will automatically migrate to
> testing, the next stable release. So, if you already know in advance
> that the package is not suitable for any faraway release, you (the
> maintainer) should either file an RC bug against the 'unstable' version
> in order to keep the package out of testing or should have uploaded it
> to experimental.
> As of now I see no such RC bug...
> Regards
>   Micha

And why should there be. The package it totally usable and functional
as designed.

The only reason for it not to be in squeeze would be if multiarch
support will be in squeeze. Which I doubt will actually happen.


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