Hi Aigars, (this reply is not really directed at you..) On Freitag, 24. Oktober 2014, Aigars Mahinovs wrote: > This is the same requirement as with regular dependencies. If you want > into next release, then all your dependencies must be there. If you > want to be supporting two init systems in next release, then it only > can count if the two init systems that you support are also in the > release. yeah, sure. Just til now it was mandating that someone packages some software for them and put it in Debian. Now the mandate is also to keep it's bug free, make sure it's part of the release and maintain it during it's lifecycle. And people want to vote on this and by voting tell others to do that. I call that crazy talk, really. At least in the Debian context. "If you package GNOME, just must also maintain KDE, cause I think GNOME is/will $foo." - what????? cheers, Holger
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