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Bug#186852: marked as done (elza: New upstream version (1.4.4) )

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Package: elza
Version: 1.4.3-3
Severity: normal

Version 1.4.4 seems to be available from


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Upstream URL is gone now, and 1.4.4 has nasty things said about it in
various webspace.  So this should be closed (alas).

If it is reopened, it should be reassigned priority wishlist, not normal.


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