Python packages by maintainer

Reini Urban
Mon Jun 14 11:46:00 GMT 2010

2010/6/14 Yaakov (Cygwin/X):
> On Sat, 2010-06-12 at 21:09 -0400, Jason Tishler wrote:
>> Well, it's more "about" than "on," but I'm ready to release Python
>> 2.6.5-2 and promote it to current.
>> However, AFAICT, most of the above packages have not been rebuilt
>> against Python 2.6.5-1.  Should I release and promote Python 2.6.5-2
>> anyways?  Or, should I wait for more of the above to be updated first?
> Personally, my packages (both distro and Ports) are ready to go, and I'm
> getting tired of being in limbo.  OTOH, things will break if we switch
> before everything else is ready.
> I'm most concerned about Jari's packages.  bzr and mercurial are pretty
> important, and python-crypto, python-feedparser, and python-paramiko are
> dependencies of other packages.  Unfortunately, the last we heard from
> him on this was not encouraging.
> I think we need some guidance from cgf and Corinna on this one:  at what
> point can we say that a package has been orphaned, at least to the point
> that we can do a one-time NMU in order to not break the distro, if not
> an outright adoption?

I'm planning to get postgresql-9.0 ready. But I have problems
with my eyes, so I don't have that much time to work on this as I thought.

I hope next week it will be over and my right eye is functional again
Reini Urban 

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