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Re: Bug#725311: pu: Getting Debian Edu 7.1+edu0 into the Upcoming stable point release (7.2)



On Sonntag, 6. Oktober 2013, Adam D. Barratt wrote:

> debian-edu itself is a little more complicated, as the new version adds

> a dependency on the new package from debian-edu-config, so we'd have to

> take the new versions together (or neither). I'd still like to have more

> team discussion around the new package, but it seems like the relevant

> people aren't around this weekend. :-( We may have to consider looking

> at -edu{,-config} for 7.3.


> What could be useful in the short term is an upload of the debian-edu

> version currently in wheezy (1.702) just dropping the chmsee recommends.



[21:11] < h01ger> | adsb: what do you think about uploading debian-edu 1.713 (=jessie + edu0 release version) with chmsee and debian-edu-config-gosa-netgroup recommends removed? (i mostly ask because someone forget to keep a tag for 1.702 (sigh!!) and i'd like to upload something which is based on a sane $vcs version)

[21:12] < h01ger> | maybe not mostly. its also much closer to what we really need

[21:12] < adsb> is it useful without the -edu-config-gosa-netgroups recommends?

[21:12] < h01ger> | yes.

[21:12] < h01ger> | way more than 1.702

[21:13] < adsb> doesn't sound entirely crazy then

[21:13] < h01ger> | (and people who need this functionality can just install -edu-config-gosa-netgroups manually)

[21:13] < h01ger> | so i'll do this instead then. great! :-)

[21:14] < h01ger> | shall i send this conversation to the bug for the benefit to those who dont read irc (backlogs)?

[21:15] < adsb> feel free

[21:15] < adsb> that leaves -config in the "to consider for 7.3" pile

[21:18] < h01ger> | yes

[21:19] < h01ger> | and then debian-edu as a consequence :) plus we have one small bugfix already, which was found after the initial request.. (just a small partitioning layout change in d-e-i, but meh..)









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