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Re: Allow localechooser to propagate to testing

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Pierre Habouzit <madcoder@debian.org> writes:

> On Sat, Aug 02, 2008 at 06:59:45AM +0000, Christian Perrier wrote:
>> localechooser 2.04 fixes a few things for D-I but that should normally
>> be included as part of a normal D-I release.
>> *However*, it also drops the need for iso-codes-udeb and will
>> therefore make the need for that udeb useless, which would in turn
>> simplify the work of iso-codes maintainers (see recent unblock request
>> by Tobias).
>> When I discussed that with him in mid-July, Frans Pop agreed that the
>> best way to fix this was uploading localechooser 2.04 and have it
>> enter testing so that an iso-codes package without the udeb can be
>> uploaded to unstable and then enter testing.
>> So, technically speaking, that was prepared before the
>> freeze..:-)...However, for this to happen, we needed to:
>> - have iso-codes enter testing (it contains several important changes
>> in lists and translations and iso-codes maintainers wanted to secure
>> them out)
>> - have localechooser enter testing
>> - build a new iso-codes without the udeb
>> - have it enter testing
>> So, now I think we should request for 2). If the D-I RM agrees, could
>> localechooser be hinted for testing, please?
> I'd like to have the d-i people opinion on the disruptiveness of that
> first. Not building an udeb for iso-codes now that it's unblocked for
> testing would be fine.
> If i'm correct localechooser is mostly (if not only) used during d-i, so
> d-i people opinion matters more than ours. I will follow them on this.

This is a welcome change. Please migrate localechooser to testing.

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