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Bug#681387: unblock: resiprocate (follow up)

Hi Cyril,

Killian made the upload and a month has passed... do you think it is now
OK to unblock?

The packages run on various production servers already.  If you need
extra evidence of testing, there was a live demo of installing this
package on the FreeSWITCH webcast/weekly call (also showing off the
convenience of Debian and wheezy to a new audience):

Please let me know if there is anything else I can do to assist in
evaluating this unblock request.



On 19/08/12 13:08, Cyril Brulebois wrote:
> Hi,
> and sorry for the lag.
> Daniel Pocock <daniel@pocock.com.au> (08/08/2012):
>> On 08/08/12 00:24, Cyril Brulebois wrote:
>>> I think I won't be against having 1.8.4 in unstable, and see what
>>> happens on the bug reports front after an extended period of time
>>> (say 20 days).
> It would have been nice to see it uploaded in the meanwhile…
>> 20 days is fine - we've already had some feedback on 1.8.4 and now
>> there is a 1.8.5 release
>> Would you be happy to accept 1.8.5 on the same terms?
>> I attach a debdiff and SVN log output (1.8.4 vs. 1.8.5)
> Anyway, please upload 1.8.5 to unstable ASAP, we'll see in a month or so
> what happened.
>> Agreed - that is how most of the fixes came into 1.8.5 - e.g. one user
>> found that the --help output was crashing the program
>> None of these issues are strictly release critical - but they are all
>> fixes that provide a better experience of the package.
> The diff is indeed large for a --help crasher fix…
>>> No promise on our (possibly) unblocking this package after the said
>>> period of time.
>> Understood - do I need to put Closes: #681387 in the changelog for
>> upload?
> Nope, this isn't a bug report against your package anyway.
> Mraw,
> KiBi.

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