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Re: unblock: debian-edu-doc/2.11.22

Hi Holger,

On 19-04-2021 10:56, Holger Levsen wrote:
>> The excuses says it's blocked because it "does not have autopkgtest".
> speaking of which, what would be a non superficial autopkgtest for 
> debian-edu-doc? would be running "file" on all created html, pdf and 
> epub files be enough? (and checking that those are indeed html, pdf
> and epub files :)

I guess that's about the best we can do for such -doc packages. I
realize it's slightly "unfair" because of the different treatment we
have in the current freeze, but I wonder if adding autopkgtest (to test
as-installed packages) is really worth it for such packages.
Documentation changes and translations have always been on the exception
list, even very explicitly this time around [1], so I think we're happy
to just unblock manually. Having said that, I'll not stop you from
adding the test. :)


[1] https://release.debian.org/bullseye/freeze_policy.html#appropriate

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