Hi as the subject says there have been two small changes today. The first one is a patch from me removing the check for a Pre-Depends on dpkg > 1.10.24 if you upload a binary package having its data tarball compressed with bzip2. That dpkg version is pre-sarge, so we don't need to reject uploads of such packages that do not have a pre-dependency anymore. The second is a change to the removal log which got unusable large. Its not nice if you have to download a 5MB textfile if you want to find out the reason for a removal... I split the file into pieces, now there are seperate files per year, with  always having the currently running year in it (ie. 2007 now, 2008 soon), and all other years available behind a URL like in . The webpage http://ftp-master.debian.org/ also got links to the splitted files. Have fun.  http://ftp-master.debian.org/removals.txt  http://ftp-master.debian.org/removals-YEAR.txt so for 2001 this would be http://ftp-master.debian.org/removals-2001.txt -- bye Joerg Some NM: > 3. How do you manage new upstream releases? yes i manage them.
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