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Re: Debian Maintainers GR Proposal


If this proposition is approved I would recommend to make the uploaded 
packages go into a queue of at least two days.
By entering the queue it will let the maintainer to remove the uploaded 
package from the queue if there was something wrong with it (let's say 
something as simple as a typo in the version entry in the debian/changelog).
Or also to let DD's remove the package in case it's needed.

This would be very helpful and would possibly prevent some 'damages' that I 
don't even want to think about.

Some reasons why a package could possible be removed:
* Package with malicious code 
* Any kind of errors during the packaging (typos, wrong files, etc).

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Atomo64 - Raphael

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