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Bug#681022: unblock: openacs/5.7.0+dfsg-2

[It appears the original request never reached the debian-release list.
I'm assuming this is due to the (gzipped!) attached debdiff being over
2MB in size]

On Tue, 2012-07-10 at 02:23 +0200, Hector Romojaro wrote:
> Please unblock package openacs. It fixes an RC bug (#663356)

That bug is only marked as found in 5.7.0+dfsg-1, which has never been
in testing.  If that's correct, and it doesn't affect earlier versions,
then I'm afraid that fixing it, whilst appreciated, is not directly
relevant for an unblock request.

> - The new version (5.7.0+dfsg-2) has been delaying the upload and didn't
> make it on time for the freeze. Finally, my uploader did the upload to
> unstable today. I apologize for that.

When was the upload prepared?  The RC bug was reported more than four
months ago.

> - The previous version in unstable (5.7.0+dfsg-1) never reached testing
> because of the previously mentioned RC bug, and it includes a new
> upstream release, so the debdiff between testing (5.5.1+dfsg-2) and
> unstable (5.7.0+dfsg-2) is huge.


 1741 files changed, 113558 insertions(+), 43055 deletions(-)

I'm afraid that's way too large to be reviewed at this point.

> It includes switching to 3.0 package
> format, moving from wwwconfig-common to dbconfig-common, copyright file
> changes, changes on the dependencies...

Those generally sound like things one wouldn't expect to see as part of
a package being considered for unblocking; during a freeze, changes
should be kept minimal, which the above don't qualify as.

It's possible that another team member might have different opinions,
but I'm afraid I'd have to say no at this point.



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