Re: NEW and RC bugs (Re: julia_1.0.0-1_amd64.changes REJECTED)
Holger Levsen writes ("Re: NEW and RC bugs (Re: julia_1.0.0-1_amd64.changes REJECTED)"):
> still I think we should only stuff in unstable which is suited for
> testing. So while you have convinced me that it's good to have those
> packages in Debian I now think that experimental would be a fine place
> for those, but not unstable.
Well, of course people may disagree about whether the bugs are RC.
That seems to be happening in the case of julia. In such a situation
having the package in unstable is probably better. If the conclusion
is that the bugs are not RC, no new upload is needed.
In general, I think it can be sensible to have things in unstable
which are *intended for*, or *wanted in* testing, even if there are
known problems with it that prevent that right now.
And, finally, I don't think really it is ftpmaster's job to REJECT an
upload on the grounds that it should be in experimental rather than
unstable. Unless it's an overrideable auto-REJECT of course. As I
say, I'm a fan of those.
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