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Re: open-iscsi freeze exception for Wheezy

On Monday 20 August 2012 12:41 AM, Adam D. Barratt wrote:
> There wasn't that much terminology in there. :-)

[2012-06-27] Accepted 2.0.873-3 in unstable (low) (Ritesh Raj Sarraf)
[2012-06-26] Accepted 2.0.873-2 in unstable (low) (Ritesh Raj Sarraf)
[2012-05-21] Accepted 2.0.873-1 in unstable (low) (Ritesh Raj Sarraf)
[2012-04-24] Accepted 2.0.872+git0.6676a1cf-2 in unstable (low) (Ritesh
Raj Sarraf)
[2012-04-09] Accepted 2.0.872+git0.6676a1cf-1 in experimental (low)
(Ritesh Raj Sarraf)
[2011-09-25] open-iscsi 2.0.872-2 MIGRATED to testing (Britney)

When the udeb package got introduced (In version
2.0.872+git0.6676a1cf-1), the package never migrated to testing.

I will file a feature request against the PTS that when packages don't
migrate, because of issues, emails should be sent to the packager. All
this time, I was under the impression that that version had already
migrated to testing. I take that as my fault.

> Essentially, a member of the release team needs to decide that they're
> happy with the changes between the current version of open-iscsi in
> testing and the version in unstable.  The size of the changes means that
> it'll take some time to go through.  Reducing the size of that job by
> producing a filtered diff that excludes e.g. documentation and
> test-suite changes would likely help.  Unless the udeb changes touched
> anything outside of debian/ (which I would suspect they didn't) then
> dropping those changes now is unlikely to make any material difference
> to the size of the diff.

I understand your point now. Thank you for explaining. That indeed is a
lot of changes in the open-iscsi package. I will wait for your review.

Ritesh Raj Sarraf | http://people.debian.org/~rrs
Debian - The Universal Operating System

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