Hello. Michael Gilbert <email@example.com> (15/07/2012): > Package: release.debian.org > User: firstname.lastname@example.org > Usertags: unblock > Severity: normal > > Please unblock package openjpeg > > The unstable version enables multiarch and fixes a security issue. > > unblock openjpeg/1.3+dfsg-4.4 Waiting after the freeze has happened to introduce such changes really isn't appreciated, especially when you get them wrong, and when changelog entries absolutely don't describe the actual changes (1.3+dfsg-4.2 and 1.3+dfsg-4.3 notably). That doesn't match: 2. changes for release goals, if they are not invasive; in: http://release.debian.org/wheezy/freeze_policy.html Also, debhelper (>= 5) certainly isn't sufficient for those changes, is it? Other release team members may have a different opinion, but that's a no for me. One way to go from here is reverting the multiarch changes so that you get the security fix in. Another way would be t-p-u, but that means close to no testing, which isn't helpful. Mraw, KiBi.
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