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Bug#357304: www.debian.org: devel/testing should be updated for BTS version tracking?


On Thu, 2006-03-16 at 12:03 -0500, Justin Pryzby wrote:
> Package:	www.debian.org
> Severity:	normal
> File:		http://www.us.debian.org/devel/testing
> I find that the following is incomprehensible, and I suspect that it
> is outdated, now that bts version tracking is implemented.

It is implemented in the BTS, however to the best of my knowledge
britney has not yet been updated to understand version tracking (cc-ed
to aj for confirmation).

> | The "testing" bug count for a package is considered to be roughly
> | the bug count at the last point when the "testing" version equalled
> | the "unstable" version. The bugs tagged sarge or etch will not be
> | counted.  Bugs with the sid tag will be counted, though.

As far as I'm aware, that's still correct. Basically, when the package
moves in to testing, a record is made of the number of RC bugs open on
the package. That's then compared to the number open on the current
unstable package (minus those with the distribution tags mentioned) when
deciding whether the new version is ready to enter testing.



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