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Re: Updates in stable releases

Thorsten Glaser <tg@debian.org> schrieb:
> Moritz Mühlenhoff <jmm <at> inutil.org> writes:
>> Kurt Roeckx <kurt <at> roeckx.be> schrieb:
>> > The rules seem to suggest that we need a priority important bug
> So, if I have one, I can include the relevant bugfix?
>> > So I have the impression that if upstream has a stable branch and
>> > really only do bug fixes with a low chance of regressions that
>> > this will most likely be accepted.
>> Yes. For some cases (e.g. postgres and openjdk) the upstream QA made
>> for the bugfix releases exceeds the possible Debian QA for a 
>> backported fix by far.
> OK, in this case: I would like to prepare updates for mediawiki and
> mediawiki-extensions for stable, to fix security issues (in mediawiki),
> RC bugs (affecting both), and a severity:important bug with a one-line fix.
> Where do I send the diffs for prior review to? And where do I upload to
> (stable-proposed-updates?)?

You're referring to shipping the mediawiki 1.19.x branch for stable security
updates? That sounds like a probable candidate from a quick glance. Please 
send a mail to team@security.debian.org, not everyone reads  debian-project


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