Re: Bug#679437: I'm about to upload an NMU to fix the copyright issue
Certainly you should continue with your upload to mentors. I have to
say if you want tme to upload a full revision I would normally insist on
getting it totally lintian clean which might be too much for the release
team at this stage.
On 14/07/12 16:14, Philip Lee wrote:
> Thanks for the help. I was actually just preparing a new package (1.2.5)
> and uploading to mentors to fix not only this bug, but
> also http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=679350 which is an
> intermittent segfault.
> Should I continue on this path (it will be completely ready in another
> hour), or should I let you take care of it?
> On Sat, Jul 14, 2012 at 10:00 AM, Nicholas Bamber
> <email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> I only just realized you have picked it up again. Sorry. I
> should have
> subscribed to the package before working on it.
> I am sure you can do a better job than me. How you want to
> play it is
> up to you. However I think the best way of keeping brewtarget in wheezy
> is for me to bring the NMU forward as fast as possible and hopefully the
> release team would accept it in wheezy. That way you have more time to
> make the next release and you can throw away or incorporate my changes
> as you wish.
> On 14/07/12 08:41, Nicholas Bamber wrote:
> > Phillip,
> > If the copyright issues as per #679437 are not sorted out,
> > would most likely get removed from Debian which would be a shame. I
> > have prepared a non-maintainer upload which should fix them but
> you can
> > always do so yourself.
> > The debdiff is attached. However this gives the misleading impression
> > that the offending images have not been removed. I assume debdiff is
> > treating them as zero-length files. So I include tardiffs as well.
> Philip G. Lee
> email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>