I uploaded five packages late on Thursday night and the various status
pages seem to be a bit confused.
$ who-uploads gpe-gallery
Uploads for gpe-gallery:
0.97-3 to unstable: Neil Williams (Debian) <email@example.com>
0.97-2 to unstable: Neil Williams (Debian) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
0.97-1 to unstable: Neil Williams (Debian) <email@example.com>
That is correct.
ftk.uk.debian.org has 0.97-3, ftp.debian.org does not.
PTS lists 0.97-3 as the current version, DDPO 0.97-2.
rmadison lists 0.97-2, not -3.
rmadison can take longer than the others to update but I've always found
that DDPO is normally updated before the PTS and ftp.debian.org updated
before the other mirrors.
Could this have anything to do with the timing of the uploads - just
happened to be around the time of the 'incoming' cron job?
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2007 22:02:02 +0000
I got no "incoming" status on my DDPO page - that usually appears at the
same time as the Accepted email (which I did get).
The upload added the Debian GPE team to the uploaders field and these
packages are also missing from that DDPO page:
and the versions on my DDPO page are out of date:
Other affected packages are:
In each case, who-uploads, PTS and ftp.uk.debian.org are correct,
rmadison, ftp.debian.org and DDPO are missing the latest upload.
I thought things would reset this morning but the problem persists.
Is this one bug in DDPO and/or one bug in ftp.master or will it sort
itself out when the relevant packages migrate to testing?