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Old 04-13-2012, 08:40 PM
Andreas Radke
Default Commit in netcfg/trunk (PKGBUILD)

This update is not Arch fun. Look what popped up on the projects list.
I somehow have the feeling you don't talk with each other.

> Today netcfg 2.8.0 was made available in testing. This release comes
> with improved systemd support.
> Can we push 2.7.3 to the stable repositories?
> Since much has changed, a news item might be in place. Also the wiki
> should be updated. Is it possible to publish the html documents of
> netcfg at archlinux.org/netcfg/, just like with pacman?
> Have a nice weekend,
> - Jouke

If you want 2.7.3 in core you shouldn't bump a new version to testing
before you move it. Now there's no 2.7.3 pkg we can move.

And the 2.8.0 was pushed before any mail to the dev-public list or any
pacman install msg. I have run into a system without working network.
Good it was not a remote server.

Please talk to each other what steps you are planning.

Maybe Jouke should get testing repo and shell access to maintain the
pkg himself.


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