[pkg-eucalyptus-maintainers] Bug#638900: Bug#638900: Bug#638900: New upstream release
steffen_moeller at gmx.de
Sat Apr 21 16:46:42 UTC 2012
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> Datum: Sat, 21 Apr 2012 22:10:43 +0900
> Von: Charles Plessy <plessy at debian.org>
> An: Michael Prokop <mika at debian.org>, 638900 at bugs.debian.org
> Betreff: [pkg-eucalyptus-maintainers] Bug#638900: Bug#638900: New upstream release
> Le Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 12:02:59PM +0200, Michael Prokop a Ã©crit :
> > I confused eucalyptus + euca2ools. :) Thanks for clarifying this, so
> > this bugreport can be closed nowadays?
> Actually, Ubuntu has a pre-release of the 2.0 version of euca2ools in its
> bzr repository, so I prefer the bug to stay open. Personally, I do not
> enough skill and knowledge to follow an unrelased version, but if you or
> somebody elese who knows what he is doing wants to follow Ubuntu's
> that may be useful to many. It could for instance ve uploaded to
> so that consequences of breakages are limited.
I think we have upstream reasonably close to us, so I am confident to have a steady stream of updates with us for the future. Experimental could be somthing worthwhile to investigate, but we would want such experiments for Squeeze as well. This is beyond what we have time for, I think, but upstream has all that, I am sure.
Upstream, i.e. Brian, now uses the regular Debian source code repositories to keep pkg-java packages compatible. I am not completely sure atm that we have reached the state that Debian packages are fully identical to what Eucalyptus offers for Debian directly. If not, this should happen soon. And when this is reached, maybe for experimental bits we should just refer to the repositories at Eucalyptus.
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