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Possible problems in your Debian packages

=== ocaml-syck:
= Not in testing for 2 days.
  If things don't change, it won't be part of lenny!
  See <http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=ocaml-syck>

=== why:
= Missing build(s) on s390,hppa,armel,mips,ia64,alpha,mipsel,arm
  This might need manual action from your side.
  See http://buildd.debian.org/pkg.cgi?pkg=why
= No migration to testing for 41 days.
  See <http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=why>

=== Packages with a new upstream version according to DEHS:
  calendar  2.0.3  (Debian: 2.0.2-1)
  ocaml-sqlite3  1.2.0  (Debian: 1.0.3-1)
  pcre-ocaml  5.15.0  (Debian: 5.13.0-1)
  postgresql-ocaml  1.8.2  (Debian: 1.7.0-3)
  pxp  1.2.0test2  (Debian: 1.2.0~test1-3)
  ulex  1.1  (Debian: 1.0-4)

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