On Tue, Feb 09, 2016 at 08:50:19AM +0100, Paul Gevers wrote:
On 08-02-16 18:23, Vincent Blut wrote:That’s the plan, yes. By the way, I’ll contact you in the next few daysto review 2.2.1-1 which is mostly ready.Ok. Please be aware that I might not be able to act on the review this week.And although this vulnerability is tagged as no-dsa, you can still prepare a point release update and communicate with the RT to get it in.Yes, I’ll fix this in jessie and wheezy.Great.PS: did you on purpose not create a squeeze-lts branch in your git repo?Well, do you have any tips to properly handle this? I guess using "gbp import-dsc" would do the trick but…Yes, with proper arguments to do this on the right branch. I would first branch on the right place and only import the missing releases. I believe there are even options to pull straight from snapshot.debian.org (but I have never used those before).
Ok, it’s done. Please could you review and eventually upload if everything is good for you? Note that the concerned branch is *squeeze-lts* and the chrony-1.24 upstream tarball is in a branch named *upstream-1.24*.
P.S. I’d like to apologize for my “long” silence, but I’m facing a shitstorm IRL. :-/NP. Take care of whatever you need to take care of. The note is appreciated though, such that "we" can act on it if needed.
Thanks for your kind words, Paul!
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