[Pkg-xfce-devel] Bug#604681: Processing of xfce4-diskperf-plugin_2.2.0-3.1_amd64.changes
corsac at debian.org
Fri Feb 25 07:12:38 UTC 2011
On Fri, 2011-02-25 at 00:49 +0200, Konstantinos Margaritis wrote:
> > I'm sorry you are pissed off. We did announce the NMU:
The maintainers aren't CC:ed on this mail.
> I saw some people responded to that and fixed their bugs. We even allowed
> for more time
> than was originally announced (10 days instead of one week). And anyway it's
> to DELAYED/3 for that very possibility that you may want to upload your own
> version. I see
> no reason to complain really, we are at the Debian Sprint  and it was the
> consensus here
> that we did everything in the proper way -we got even the ACK from a former
> > We will fix that bug, in due time, sorry if it doesn't fit your agenda.
> That's the very reason for NMUs.
Sorry but no. NMUs are usually perfectly fine, except when they disturb
the packaging team, which _is_ the case right now.
> We did sent an email, you could have just tagged the bug as pending upload
> so many other people have and we would not have touched the package. I would
> reading the BTS manual again.
The upload will be pending when xfce4-panel will be built on the various
arches. Reading the BTS manual is fine, but next time please remember to
CC: the maintainers when you mail something to the bug, since it's not
On Fri, 2011-02-25 at 01:18 +0200, Konstantinos Margaritis wrote:
On 25 February 2011 00:49, Konstantinos Margaritis
> In any case we'll remove the upload. Our cause was never to piss off
> anyone but to fix a bug.
I didn't (and don't) imply you did that on purpose to piss us off (sorry
if you took it that way). Working on bugs is fine, adding a new arch is
(I guess) fine. It's just that it's not the good moment. Post-squeeze
release is also the moment other people try do push new stuff, and in
our case that's a whole desktop environment.
> Yours was just another bug in a list , that was not tagged pending
> PS. But please consider uploading a fixed version soon.
Yes we will, but as I said that'll wait for xfce4-panel to be built
which in turns require some libs to get out of NEW.
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