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Re: some GNOME packages for testing



Josselin Mouette <joss@debian.org> writes:
>       * bug-buddy 2.14.0-4 : fix for a crasher that can be triggered
>         when the bugzilla website sends bad data (should probably be
>         considered RC).

Unblocked.

>       * epiphany-browser 2.14.3-5 : adds a symbolic link to make session
>         saving work, and adds some Debian branding (default home page
>         and bookmarks).

Unblocked.

>       * gnome-applets 2.14.3-4 : Galician debconf translation, and a
>         small location update for the weather applet.

Unblocked.

>       * gnome-python 2.12.4-6 : calls correctly the rtupdate hook.
>         Without this change, the included gnome-vfs method isn't
>         available.

Unblocked. (Also unblocked python-gnome, which I reviewed by accident)

>       * gtk+2.0 2.8.20-4 : RC fix (memory leak) for the directFB
>         version.

Too early.

>       * gtk-doc 1.7-3 : fix for parsing some headers, generating
>         incorrect documentation. It's not a really important fix, since
>         the documentation is either generated by the unstable version or
>         directly in upstream tarballs, but the change is rather
>         trivial.

Unblocked.

>       * nautilus-cd-burner 2.14.3-8 : uses genisoimage instead of
>         mkisofs, removing the mkisofs dependency. Missing the alpha
>         binary (built, not uploaded).

Unblocked.

Marc
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