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Re: freeze exception: logcheck 1.2.52 (and 1.2.53)

On Fri, Jan 12, 2007 at 11:39:41AM +0100, martin f krafft wrote:
> Two questions ahead: freeze exception for logcheck 1.2.52 and
> request for permission to upload 1.2.53 with urgency high or medium.
> See below for reasoning.

> As new software is coming into etch, new log messages are appearing
> on my systems on a daily basis. I try to update logcheck as fast as
> I can. 1.2.52 is due to enter etch tomorrow, and I would appreciate
> if you accepted it:


> Once 1.2.52 is accepted into etch, I would like to upload 1.2.53
> with more filter updates (and no functional changes). I am doing so
> on the basis of extrapolation from [0].

> 0. http://people.debian.org/~terpstra/message/20061230.120041.5e431373.en.html

> To increase the likelyhood to get it into etch, I would like to do
> so with urgency medium or even high. I have been testing
> pre-releases[1] on 9 production machines and I feel confident that
> there is no harm done in shortening the unstable cycle.

I don't see any reason why a higher urgency is needed here to get it into

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