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Which debian gis packages in experilmental can go into ubuntu

Hi all,

we are now 2 days away from the Debian import freeze for Vivid.


Due to the freeze a number of packages have been uploaded to
experimental instead of unstable. On the other hand we have a number
of packages which are in experimental because they are not yet fit for
unstable because of transitions/...

Ubuntu automatically syncs from unstable, but it is possible to
request syncs from experimental as well.

I just wanted to know for which of these packages that would be a
sensible thing to do, and if there are packages where we definitely
should not do so.

dans-gdal-scripts 0.23-3~exp1 vs 0.23-2 (in ubuntu)
freexl: 1.0.0h-1~exp1 vs 1.0.0g-1
(gdal, already synced to 1.11.1+dfsg-1~exp2; note that 1.11.2 was
released today)
geographiclib: check why not synced from unstable
1.35-2u1 vs 1.37-3 (U/T) and 1.38-1~exp1
grass 6.4.4-1 vs 7.0.0~rc2-1~exp1
jmapviewer: 1.05+dfsg-1~exp1 vs 1.03+dfsg-2
 josm: 0.0.svn7995+dfsg1-1~exp1 vs 0.0.svn7643+dfsg1-1
josmplugins 0.0.svn30932+ds1-1~exp1 vs 0.0.svn30763+ds1-1
libcitygml: (check why not synced from unstable)
libepsilon: 0.9.2-3~exp1 vs 0.9.2-2
libgeo-proj4-perl: 1.05-2~exp1 vs 1.05-1
liblas: 1.8.0-2~exp1 vs 1.8.0-1.
mkgmap: 0.0.0+svn3436-1~exp1 vs 0.0.0+svn3333-1
mkmapgui 1.1.ds-3~exp1 vs 1.1.ds-2
openlayers: 2.13.1+ds2-1~exp1 vs 2.11+ds1-1
openstreetmap-map-icons: 1:0.0.svn30932-1~exp1 vs 1:0.0.svn30763-1
osgearth: 2.6.0+dfsg-1~exp1 vs 2.5.0+dfsg-2
osm2pgsl: 0.87.1-1~exp1 vs 0.86.0-1
osmosis: 0.43.1-3~exp1 vs 0.43.1-2
postgis: 2.1.5+dfsg-1~exp2 vs 2.1.4+dfsg-2
proj: 4.9.0~rc2-1~exp1 vs 4.8.0-5
qlandkartegt: 1.8.0+ds-1~exp1 vs 1.7.7-3
qmapshack: 0.12.0-1~exp1 vs 0.7.0-1
readosm 1.0.0d-1~exp1 vs 1.0.0b+dfsg1-2
spatialindex: 1.8.5-1~exp1 vs 1.8.1-3
spatialite: 4.2.0-1~exp1 vs 4.1.1-10
spatialite-tools: 4.2.1~rc1-1 vs 4.1.1-4
libgeotiff-epsg: 1.4.1-1~exp1 vs 1.4.0-1
openscenegraph: (check whether can be synced from unstable)


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