Re: kdeedu override disparity
On Monday 06 April 2009 11:25:43 Debian Installer wrote:
> There are disparities between your recently accepted upload and the
> override file for the following file(s):
> kalgebra_4.2.2-1_amd64.deb: package says section is math, override
> says kde.
> kalgebra_4.2.2-1_i386.deb: package says section is math, override
> says kde.
Math is more correct here.
I'm also moving the package kgeography to games together with kgeography-data
The rest of this mail, ftp-master is right. cut away.
> Please note that a list of new sections were recently added to the
> archive: cli-mono, database, debug, fonts, gnu-r, gnustep, haskell,
> httpd, java, kernel, lisp, localization, ocaml, php, ruby, vcs, video,
> xfce, zope. At this time a script was used to reclassify packages into
> these sections. If this is the case, please only reply to this email if
> the new section is inappropriate, otherwise please update your package
> at the next upload.
> Either the package or the override file is incorrect. If you think
> the override is correct and the package wrong please fix the package
> so that this disparity is fixed in the next upload. If you feel the
> override is incorrect then please reply to this mail and explain why.
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Man, how to doubleclick the front-end from Office?
You neither ever need to mount the microprocessor, nor must load a device of
the analogic gadget over a IRC shell to mount a controller.