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Re: please consider dak and nautilus-python for testing

Steve Langasek wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 19, 2007 at 07:44:47PM +0100, Christian Perrier wrote:
>>> Hmm, there's nothing particularly important about the dak package shipped in
>>> Debian, it's not used on Debian infrastructure.
>> OK, fine then.
>> Would you guys prefer /me to wait for dak 1.0-8.2 to enter testing
>> after you hint it or should I just upload my 1.0-8.3 l10n NMU?
> No preference.

I'm not convinced that the dak package should be included in etch. Probably I
should file bugs about the issues (feel free to do so): if you install dak and
just enter on all questions (thinking you accept all defaults), the whole
system is chown'ed to the same user as it puts '/' after nothing as the
installation path... another  thing is that the current version in unstable
still *only* (I wouldn't object at all being able to both use the old and the
new names) uses the old names (women's first names while the new names are
more descriptive of what the command intends to do) for the commands which
should be fixed before being included in a stable release IMHO.

Feel free to convince me that the package is ready nevertheless :-)



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