Re: Advance freeze exception request for libcgi-application-extra-plugin-bundle-perl
Mehdi Dogguy <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On 10/13/2010 11:41 AM, Nicholas Bamber wrote:
>> Mehdi, When 0.2 was built there was a hope of getting it into
>> squeeze. I can understand if the boat was missed on that a long time
>> The issue with #593102 is that the usptream component has an odd
>> layout and so needed to be repacked to build correctly.
> Yeah. I do know that (I checked before answering). It will be the first
> time Debian will release with l-a-e-p-b-perl. So, missing a module in
> the first release can't considered a regression. That's why, *I* don't
> consider it as RC. Other people might have a different opinion though.
>> If we produce a 0.1.1 that ONLY updates the copyright for the icons
>> and does the repacking for ProtectCSF could we get that into
>> squeeze? Of course such a 0.1.1 would not have updated standards
>> versions or updated copyright format etc.
>> As such simply downgrading #599794 to something less serious and
>> waiting for the freeze to lift is attractive if that is an option.
> No, that's still not an option. We could tag it squeeze-ignore if we
> don't grant a freeze-exception for it, but the issue remains serious.
Well, if you add copyright etc in 0.1.1 then that will fix the
bug. Which means 0.1, 0.2, ... are buggy but 0.1.1 will be fixed. Thanks
to version tracking in the BTS there should be no confusion. The version
in squeeze/sid will be bug free but experimental will be buggy. A new
experimental upload of 0.3 would fix that seperately.