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Bug#784342: jessie-pu: package openstack-debian-images/1.3

Package: release.debian.org
Severity: normal
Tags: jessie
User: release.debian.org@packages.debian.org
Usertags: pu

Dear release team,

As you know, there's now official debian images for OpenStack built at the same
time as the ISO images, available from there:

I'd like to close the 4 bugs which have been reported against the script which
builds the image. Therefore, I have uploaded version 1.3 in Sid, which contains
the below debian/changelog:

  * Removed the tweak of /etc/modules, as acpiphp and pci_hotplug aren't in the
    Jessie kernel: they are built not as module (Closes: #783340).
  * Also adds security repository if building an image for Jessie. Previously,
    this was done only for Wheezy (Closes: #783480).
  * Adds dbus + libpam-systemd when building a Jessie image, and acpid +
    acpi-support-base when building a Wheezy image, so that ACPI shutdown works
    by default (Closes: #783448).
  * Adds nano as default when not using the --minimal flag (Closes: #783341).

You can see individual commits for these 4 entries over here:

I'd like to get openstack-debian-images version 1.3 get somehow into Jessie, so
that the images gets generated with the above changes. Should I prepare a
prepare a version 1.2+deb7u1 targetting stable-proposed-updates with the same
changes? Or can we just use the version 1.3 which I uploaded to Sid (which I
would prefer)? The package contains only a shell script plus some doc, so
rebuilding isn't needed.

Please let me know what I should do,

Thomas Goirand (zigo)

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