gnash in Jessie
jmw at debian.org
Thu Dec 11 13:59:50 UTC 2014
On 2014-12-09 14:47, Gabriele Giacone wrote:
> I'd like to know how to proceed to get gnash back in testing/jessie,
> just to avoid doing rejectable uploads/unblock requests.
Unblock bugs are fine for pre-approvals - better that than your mail
gets lost, which nearly happened with this one.
> In April, gnash 0.8.11~git20140419-1 was in testing. 0.8.11~git20140708
> upstream snapshot was uploaded three months later but it never reached
> testing because of FTBFS on armel, see #754311.
> Since nobody seems interested in working either on fixing std::future
> armv5 or reverting std::future changes only on gnash, I would upload a
> 0.8.11~git20140708.20140419-1 as below (d/changelog since
I'm not enthusiastic about this. The bug was filed in July; gnash was
removed from testing in September and the deadlines for freezing and
deepening the freeze were 5th November/5th December. That's a long time
to fix this RC bug.
One of the things we consider is how well maintainers will be able to
react to problems in stable - remember the lifetime there is at least
three years. gnash is a good candidate for needing security fixes during
that time. On the other hand, popcon is relatively high for this
I'm genuinely torn. I'd be open to persuasion, but please file an
unblock request if you're serious about this.
Jonathan Wiltshire jmw at debian.org
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