Hi Ralf, On Saturday, 22. August 2009, Ralf Becker wrote: > Independent of how EGroupware is maintained in Debian in future, I'm > happy to work closer together with Debian Security Team, to get earlier > information about exploits in embedded code and coordinate security fixes. > > If I'm going to maintain EGroupware in Debian, everyone can expect > same-time releases of Debian packages (to experimental), as the other > rpm packages or archives of EGroupware. > > I will of cause very like try to handle at least the Linux packages of > EGroupware as close as possible together - thought in the past mostly > rpm packages benefit from the already nice Debian packages. > > I made now many fixes and enhancements to our commercial Debian > packages, which I plan to integrate (or report back) to Debian. > > Anyway most important for me is that EGroupware stays in Debian. > I'm happy if we (EGroupware project) have a competent and timely > available Debian maintainer, as we had in the past with Peter. I don't know, if you have noticed, but egroupware was removed from testing, which results in releasing the next stable version of Debian _without_ egroupware. Actually the package has _no_ maintainer, so there is no work done to change this soon (and Debian ist freezing in the next days, so there is no time to relaxe, if this is intended to). While you released 1.6.003 these days I was remembered about the problem. As staying egroupware seems "most important", the situation seems even more worse. With kind regards, Jan.  http://packages.qa.debian.org/e/egroupware.html -- Never write mail to <email@example.com>, you have been warned! -----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK----- Version: 3.12 GIT d-- s+: a C+++ UL++++ P+ L+++ E--- W+++ N+++ o++ K++ w--- O M V- PS PE Y++ PGP++ t-- 5 X R tv- b+ DI D+ G++ e++ h---- r+++ y++++ ------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------
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