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Some of your Debian packages might need attention



Dear Debian QA Group,

The following possible problem(s) were detected in the package(s)
you maintain in Debian:

 celestia:
  This package has not been in testing for more than 751 days.
  This package has not been able to migrate from unstable
    to testing for more than 751 days.

 centericq:
  This package has 1 RC bug(s) more than 30 days old:
   - #424654

 docbook-defguide:
  This package has not been in testing for more than 611 days.
  This package has not been able to migrate from unstable
    to testing for more than 611 days.

 elisp-manual:
  This package has not been in testing for more than 326 days.

 ivi:
  This package has not been in testing for more than 691 days.
  This package has not been able to migrate from unstable
    to testing for more than 691 days.

 libooc-x11:
  This package has not been in testing for more than 641 days.
  This package has not been able to migrate from unstable
    to testing for more than 641 days.

 libooc-xml:
  This package has not been in testing for more than 641 days.
  This package has not been able to migrate from unstable
    to testing for more than 641 days.

 myphpmoney:
  This package has 1 RC bug(s) more than 30 days old:
   - #424799

 open21xx:
  This package has not been in testing for more than 361 days.
  This package has not been able to migrate from unstable
    to testing for more than 361 days.

 php4-tclink:
  This package has 1 RC bug(s) more than 30 days old:
   - #418322

 vstream:
  This package has not been in testing for more than 601 days.
  This package has not been able to migrate from unstable
    to testing for more than 601 days.

 xfonts-artwiz:
  This package has not been in testing for more than 236 days.

 xppaut:
  This package has 1 RC bug(s) more than 30 days old:
   - #412102

 xracer:
  This package has not been in testing for more than 226 days.

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