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Re: Requesting freeze exception for uwsgi

Hi Cyril,

On Sun, Jul 15, 2012 at 10:35 PM, Cyril Brulebois <kibi@debian.org> wrote:
> Hello,
> Janoš Guljaš <janos@resenje.org> (09/07/2012):
>> I've prepared a release 1.2.3+dfsg-2 (-1 in testing) but did not
>> upload to unstable as I want to consult about the changes.
> and thanks for checking with us.
>> To resolve the issue #680132 a binary package uwsgi-plugin-luajit
>> (built from src:uwsgi) must be removed from the archive, as luajit
>> will be removed from the Wheeze. There are no reverse dependencies for
> wheezy ;)

Ups. :)

>> uwsgi-plugin-luajit (except for the meta package
>> uwsgi-app-integration-plugins which will be fixed in the same
>> release). I would like to ask is the procedure of removing a binary
>> package the same during the freeze?
> Yes, you just need to get the package removed from unstable, following:
>   http://wiki.debian.org/ftpmaster_Removals


>> The second change is applying an upstream patch regarding memory leak,
>> which is an important fix.
> ACK.
>> I am sending the diff for the 1.2.3+dfsg-2. Should I proceed with the
>> upload to unstable and ask for removal from ftpmaster?
> Looks good to me, even if the changelog could be a bit more descriptive
> WRT the changes for the removal; I'd suggest mentioning the package
> removed from build-deps, the package dropped from depends, and that all
> luajit occurrences were removed from debian/rules. That would make the
> reviewer more confident about the diff. ;) [ I am currently, but if
> somebody else ends up reviewing it, that means a bit of time figuring
> out all changes were intended. ]

Thanks for suggestions and help. I uploaded 1.2.3+dfsg-2, requested a
RM #681826 and a freeze exception #681827.

> Mraw,
> KiBi.
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Best regards,

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