Hi, as soon as gcr/gnome-keyring/seahorse has migrated to testing (should happen in about 4 days), I plan to move the remaining bits of GNOME 3.4 from experimental to unstable. They basically all need to go in together. Affected packages are: gnome-control-center gnome-settings-daemon gnome-bluetooth gnome-shell gnome-shell-extensions gnome-tweak-tool mutter metacity gnome-bluetooth =============== Updating gnome-bluetooth involves a small library transition. libgnome-bluetooth8 → libgnome-bluetooth10 which affects 3 packages: gnome-phone-manager (can be binNMUed) network-manager-applet (can be binNMUed) gnome-user-share (needs sourceful upload) gnome-user-share has a package ready in experimental and I'll ping the maintainer once gnome-bluetooth is uploaded. The other two have been successfully build-tested against gnome-bluetooth 3.4 on amd64. Given the size of this transition, and given that 2 of those 3 packages are under the control of the Debian GNOME team, I don't think we need to setup a tracker for this. I currently don't see any of the above packages involved in any ongoing transition, so this should be safe to start. In case I've missed something, let us know so we can defer the upload. Cheers, Michael on behalf of the Debian GNOME team -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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