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Bug#859122: marked as done (1 DLA missing from the website (or not))

Your message dated Fri, 27 Sep 2019 17:36:49 +0000
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and subject line Re: Bug#859122: 31 DLAs missing from the website
has caused the Debian Bug report #859122,
regarding 1 DLA missing from the website (or not)
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First, thanks for doing the work of importing DLAs and DSAs in the
website, it is greatly appreciated.

However, during a discussion on the debian-lts@ mailing list, we have
noticed that DLAs since squeeze LTS support was terminated have not
been imported:


An excerpt from the discussion:

> Here's the bits that are missing:
>  * the last DLA on the website is DLA-445-2, which is basically the last
>    DLA before squeeze support ended and wheezy was handed over
>  * among those 445 DLAs, there are actually 31 missing:
>    webwml$ cd english/security/; find -name 'dla-*.wml' | wc -l
>    424
>  * even worse, it seems there are at least 20 advisories missing from
>    the website because regression uploads hide advisories, because our
>    naming convention differs from DSA ("DLA-XXX-N", where XXX is the
>    original advisory and N are regression updates)
>    $ grep DLA- data/DLA/list | sed 's/.* DLA-//;s/ .*//' | sort -n | sed '/445-2/,$d' | wc -l
>    465
>  * the canonical list has 928 advisories:
>    secure-testing$ grep DLA- data/DLA/list | wc -l 
>    928

Is there any reason why new DLAs have not been imported?

Is there anything we can do to help in completing that import?

I will open a separate ticket regarding possible automation shortly.


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Hi Brian and *,

On Mon, Sep 09, 2019 at 05:34:49PM +1000, Brian May wrote:
> Not sure why you referenced dla-377 - is there something wrong with this
> one?

yes but this commit in webwml.git fixed it:

[master 2c291090ef1] dla-377 was released on 2015-12-31

Which means: now all old DLAs are available on www.debian.org, yay!

Thanks to everyone involved making this happen!


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