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Re: new updtream release for isync

Hi Nicolas,

On Tue, Nov 21, 2006 at 12:08:08AM +0100, Nicolas Boullis wrote:
> Because of lack of time (most important reason being my baby son who 
> was born 2.5 months ago), I've been unable to deal properly with my 
> isync package.

> New upstream releases have been available for long. 1.0.0 was a major 
> upgrade, the following one being mainly maintenance releases. It seems 
> that isync now has reached a good stability.

> I just uploaded to experimental a new package for isync. Thanks to the 
> brand new code, it fixes a lot of low-severity bugs. I think it would be 
> nice if it could be part of Debian Etch.

> Since isync has no reverse-dependency, I think it would be safe to 
> upload this new package to unstable, and hope it will find its way to 
> testing.

> Do you think I can?

Yes, with the understanding that late-introduced RC bugs in the new version
may cause the package to be removed from the etch release completely.

Steve Langasek                   Give me a lever long enough and a Free OS
Debian Developer                   to set it on, and I can move the world.
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