Am Mittwoch, den 11.03.2009, 23:15 +0100 schrieb Adeodato Simó: > * Sebastian Dröge [Wed, 11 Mar 2009 06:39:47 +0100]: > > Hello again, > > > Ok, sounds sensible and I'm sorry that this has caused some problems. > > I've filed bugs on all packages that b-d on libmpc-dev about one year > > ago at the time when it was uploaded to unstable and the maintainers > > that talked to me afterwards said that they'll care for this after it's > > uploaded to unstable. > > > Porting to the new API shouldn't be that hard so what would you propose > > how we do this transition? I'll upload the new package with updated > > epoch to experimental later today, maybe this time the maintainers of > > packages that b-d on libmpc-dev also want to port their applications > > before it's in unstable ;) Just tell me when you think it's a good time > > to upload it again to unstable. > > Hm. I think it’d be great if you could mail each of these bugs, saying > that the upload to unstable will happen soon, and that’d it’d be great > if they could look into looking at porting their applications already. > > Ideally, libmpc would be uploaded to unstable one all of these bugs have > a patch confirmed to work (eg. by uploading it to experimental with > properly versioned build-depends). That should give us some reassurance > that we’re not going to have things eternally broken in unstable. > > Providing patches if, of course, one way of ensuring the transition will > happen sooner rather than later. I'll take a look at some packages in the next days and send an status update to those bugs, maybe raising the severity to important now... On another topic, shall I upload another sourcefull upload of gst-plugins-bad0.10 or wait until it has moved to testing after a binNMU against old libmpcdec?
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