Hi! Adeodato Simó schrieb: > > As you very well explain, gnome-main-menu also provides the libslab0 > library, so gnome-main-menu can’t be just removed from testing to allow > for this transition to happen, since that would render gnome-control-center > uninstallable. Philipp said on IRC, that a partial removal of gnome-main-menu was possible, i.e. keep the binary packages libslab(0,-dev), which have no libnm-util dependencies and only remove the binary package gnome-main-menu. He also advised to contact debian-release about that. I guess I should have mentioned that ;-) > > By looking at mia-query output, it indeed seems Riccardo has been a bit > absent as of late. Since we have an offer from Julian Andres Klode to > help with maintenance of gnome-main-menu, I’ll reply on that thread now > suggesting that he goes forward. > > I realize this will involve more waiting for you, but I prefer not to > leave gnome-main-menu uninstallable in testing (which would be the other > option), and unfortunately these are just the perks of maintaining > packages with reverse dependencies. > Yeah, a bit more waiting is not a problem for me, if I know that Julian *will* take care of if and the there *will* be an upload soon. Cheers, Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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