Re: First autoremovals happen in about 8 days
On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 03:53:35PM +0200, Niels Thykier wrote:
> >> gwyddion: bugs 713565, flagged for removal in 8.3 days
> > Hmmm, that's really strange. The bug report was closed
> > Sat, 29 Jun 2013 13:07:42 +0200
> > Seems something is wrong with the script.
> I am more inclined to believe that you experienced one of the quirks of
> the Debian BTS. According to the BTS, it is:
> Fixed in version src:gwyddion/2.28-2
> In the bottom of the bug log you will find:
> No longer marked as found in versions gwyddion/2.28-2
> meaning that the bug was (or, rather, used to be) marked as "fixed" in
> the same version as it was "found". The BTS handles this by *silently
> ignoring the fixed version* and thus concluding the bug is still in
> 2.28-2. It then hands that off to Britney and the auto-removal script,
> which will consider 2.28-2 as buggy as well.
Ahhh, I was missing this somehow. I rebuilded the current package
2.32-2 in testing and unstable without any problem and thus closed
the bug (now hopefully for all versions).
> > rendering the BTS page. While the first bug (#709190) is mentioned
> > the second one (#713284) is missing on the BTS page:
> > http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?src=r-other-mott-happy
> > Any explanation for this?
> Well, they are merged into each other and thus the BTS decided only to
> show one of them in the bug page. However, both bugs appear when you
> reference then directly via  and .
Hmm, OK, I have noticed the merge. However, the BTS behaviour seems to
be new to me. But thinking about it it is reasonable.
Thanks for all your release team work