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Bug#258867: New upstream version available

Package: asmon
Severity: wishlist

This is just so this information doesn't get lost
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From: Albert 'Tigr' Dorofeev <albert@tigr.net>
To: Andrew Pollock <apollock@debian.org>
cc: debian-qa@lists.debian.org
Subject: Re: Couple of patches for asmon
Date: Sun, 11 Jul 2004 14:38:40 +0200 (CEST)


Indeed, I keep many of the "abandoned" applets up-to-date
by including the patches submitted by others. asmon is
no exception, so you can send me a note whenever you have
a bug report against it. I will appreciate that.

The asmon is up to the version 0.64 now and included some
changes that made tracing back the bugs somewhat complicated.
I hope I managed to update the right places. The new version
that includes the bugfixes is 0.65 and is available at:


On Sun, 11 Jul 2004, Andrew Pollock wrote:

> Hi,
> [[ I just tried to send this to Brad, it bounced, and I note that you did
> the release of 0.61 according to its changelog ]]
> I've just performed a QA upload of asmon (0.60), because there is no one
> currently maintaining it in Debian.
> I applied a couple of user-supplied patches that fixed a couple of minor
> cosmetic bugs. I'm not sure if you are aware of them, or if they are fixed
> in 0.61, but I thought I would bring them to your attention.
> You can read all about them at http://bugs.debian.org/asmon (they'll be
> showing up as closed shortly, but the patch itself is still available).
> regards
> Andrew

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