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Re: Packages awaiting proposed-updates moderation

On Wed, Aug 02, 2006 at 02:51:27PM +0200, Frans Pop wrote:
> I think this list misses a step:
> - package gets built for other architectures by buildds

Good point. It fits in:

On Wed, Aug 02, 2006 at 08:32:55PM +1000, Anthony Towns wrote:
> 1. Package gets uploaded (queue/unchecked)
> 2. Package gets automatically moved to proposed-updates queue (queue/p-u-new)
>        - viewable via http://ftp-master.debian.org/proposed-updates.html
>        - accessible by debian-release team
> 3. Package gets reviewed and commented upon by debian-release team
>        - comments viewable via proposed-updates.html page
> 4. debian-release team indicates package should be accepted or rejected
>        - currently via direct communication with ftpmaster
> 5. ftpmaster accepts package (queue/accepted) or rejects package (queue/rejected)
>        - currently a disgusting hack that doesn't close bugs or send mail properly
> 6. Package gets included in proposed-updates suite (dists/proposed-updates) in
>    the archive and on mirrors

  6.5. Package gets autobuilt, uploaded to queue/unchecked, moved straight into
       queue/accepted, and from there to proposed-updates in the daily run.

> 7. Stable release team issues a point update, and ftpmaster moves contents of
>    the proposed-updates suite into stable, as well as making other changes
>    due for the point release

Unlike unstable, proposed-updates doesn't get built from incoming
(queue/accepted), only when it's actually made it into the archive.


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