On Mon, May 30, 2005 at 11:06:24PM +1000, Anand Kumria wrote:
> I'm presently on the road (currently at GUADEC) and haven't had a chance
> to contact you regarding gtk-gnutella.
> The version in sarge (0.95) should not be released. It causes harm to
> the gtkg network. The version in unstable (0.95.2-1) would be better but
> it presently has a FTBFS against 64-bit architectures.
> I am in the process of preparing an upload (targetted at unstable)
> however i may not be able to upload it since my network access is very
> sporadic (if you know of decent net cafes / connection points in
> Stuttgart, let me know).
> What would the release-team like me to do?
Do you consider this "harm to the gtkg network" a release-critical issue,
such that the package should not be shipped with sarge if it can't be fixed
If so, I'll go ahead and remove the package from testing now, and we can
consider readding it if the version in unstable is fixed in time.
You may consider putting out a call for help on debian-devel or the like, to
see if someone can NMU the fix for you if you're not able. (The same would
apply to nss-mdns, of course; which should probably even have an RC bug
opened against it if you're not able to get a t-p-u upload done yourself.)
- From: Anand Kumria <firstname.lastname@example.org>