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Re: RFS: emerald



Hi,

I would be more then happy if emerald and emerald-themes go to
unstable rather then experimental. I uploaded to mentors.debian.net
new packages with unstable in the changelog.

Thanks again for your time and interest for helping me. :)

Best,
Janos

On Sat, Sep 25, 2010 at 12:12 PM, Adam Borowski <kilobyte@angband.pl> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 08:23:01PM +0200, Janos Guljas wrote:
>> > I reviewed it, and it appears to work just fine.
>>
>> Thank you for a review.
>
> Note that I'm not a DD and cannot upload this for you.
>
> So sponsors, do you hear me?  Please handle this fine gentelman.
>
>> > The only big issue I noticed is that the package is targetted at
>> > experimental instead of unstable -- is there any reason for that?
>>
>> Experimental is targeted because of the freeze and this will be in
>> new. If you think that unstable is acceptable, I'm glad to change?
>
> The only reason to avoid uploading release-quality packages to unstable is
> to get some more testing for bugfixes to testing since more people run
> unstable than testing+t-p-u.  For a new package, that's totally irrelevant,
> and it would force you to do a separate upload later.
>
> If you could upload it yourself, that would waste "just" buildd resources,
> and since you can't, you'd have to bother a sponsor again.  Unless there's
> some other reason I don't know about, I'd go straight to unstable.
>
>
> Meow!
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