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Old 03-23-2010, 10:16 PM
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=== madfuload:
= 1 Release Critical bug(s):
- #547336 <http://bugs.debian.org/547336>
Various fixes to madfuload from Ubuntu
= Not in testing for 64 days.
See <http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=madfuload>

=== Packages with lintian errors and warnings:
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Old 03-26-2010, 11:05 AM
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Hey Free,

As you can see in the quoted text below, we get "spammed" by DDPO
mails. While I greatly appreciate these mails, the fact that the package
has an unfixed RC bug since September makes me believe that nobody from
the MOTU team actually cares about this package in Debian.

As uploader of this package, could you have a look? I find it a bit odd
that this package has the motu mailing list as its maintainer. Maybe I
missed something, but do we MOTUs as a whole really and actually
maintain madfuload in debian? Perhaps pkg-multimedia is a better home
for this package? Or is it so buggy that we should remove it from
debian? (I have honestly did not look deeper into this.)


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> Various fixes to madfuload from Ubuntu
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> See <http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=madfuload>
>
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Old 03-26-2010, 04:00 PM
Free Ekanayaka
 
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Hi Reinhard,

|--==> On Fri, 26 Mar 2010 13:05:27 +0100, Reinhard Tartler <siretart@ubuntu.com> said:

RT> Hey Free,
RT> As you can see in the quoted text below, we get "spammed" by DDPO
RT> mails. While I greatly appreciate these mails, the fact that the package
RT> has an unfixed RC bug since September makes me believe that nobody from
RT> the MOTU team actually cares about this package in Debian.

RT> As uploader of this package, could you have a look? I find it a bit odd
RT> that this package has the motu mailing list as its maintainer. Maybe I
RT> missed something, but do we MOTUs as a whole really and actually
RT> maintain madfuload in debian? Perhaps pkg-multimedia is a better home
RT> for this package? Or is it so buggy that we should remove it from
RT> debian? (I have honestly did not look deeper into this.)

Sorry for the long delay in handling this. I've imported the changes
from the PPA the bug is pointing at. Hope it's fine now.

For now I've set the maintainer to myself, as I'm not sure there are
other developers interested on it in pkg-multimedia.

Ciao!

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Old 04-18-2010, 08:15 PM
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=== gcc-4.4:
= 2 Release Critical bug(s):
- #558999 <http://bugs.debian.org/558999>
FTBFS [hppa] - recompile with -ffunction-sections
- #576111 <http://bugs.debian.org/576111>
gcc-4.4 miscompiles __builtin_expect in -O0
= No migration to testing for 99 days.
See <http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=gcc-4.4>

=== gcc-defaults:
= No migration to testing for 35 days.
See <http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=gcc-defaults>

=== gcc-doc-defaults:
= 1 Release Critical bug(s):
- #573954 <http://bugs.debian.org/573954>
gcc docs still default to gcc-4.3

=== gcj-4.4:
= 2 Release Goals bug(s):
- #576335 <http://bugs.debian.org/576335>
JVM core dumps in regression tests [kfreebsd-amd64]
Part of release goal: kfreebsd-* as release architectures
- #571532 <http://bugs.debian.org/571532>
gcj-4.4: FileChannel.transferTo() does not conform to java specification (gij: Bus error when executing ant)
Part of release goal: kfreebsd-* as release architectures
= No migration to testing for 26 days.
See <http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=gcj-4.4>

=== Packages with a new upstream version according to DEHS:
libffi 3.0.9rc12 (Debian: 3.0.9-1)

=== Packages with lintian errors and warnings:
- gcc-4.4 (11 errors, 36 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-gcc@lists.debian.org.html#gcc-4.4>
- gcc-defaults (0 errors, 23 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-gcc@lists.debian.org.html#gcc-defaults>
- gcc-doc-defaults (0 errors, 16 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-gcc@lists.debian.org.html#gcc-doc-defaults>
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Old 04-18-2010, 08:15 PM
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=== initramfs-tools:
= 1 Release Critical bug(s):
- #576603 <http://bugs.debian.org/576603>
stay in sid to settle dust

=== linux-2.6:
= 10 Release Critical bug(s):
- #559578 <http://bugs.debian.org/559578>
eeepc-acpi-scripts: EeePC 701 freezes with garbled screen while booting
- #561203 <http://bugs.debian.org/561203>
threads and fork on machine with VIPT-WB cache
- #564110 <http://bugs.debian.org/564110>
r8169: Fix for CVE-2009-1389 introduces denial of service issue
- #568421 <http://bugs.debian.org/568421>
Xorg locked in vga_get
- #569797 <http://bugs.debian.org/569797>
misaligned signal stack on sparc
- #572442 <http://bugs.debian.org/572442>
sparc 2.6.29+ NMI watchdog deadlock on Sun Fire V240 etc
- #572618 <http://bugs.debian.org/572618>
libata missing workaround for HPA overlapping normal partitions
- #574630 <http://bugs.debian.org/574630>
linux-base: postinst fails if udev's persistent-cd.rules has duplicates
- #574795 <http://bugs.debian.org/574795>
libata missing workaround for HPA overlapping normal partitions
- #576537 <http://bugs.debian.org/576537>
Incorrect labels generated in /etc/fstab during PATA conversion
= Missing build(s) on ia64 mips
This might need manual action from your side.
See https://buildd.debian.org/status/package.php?p=linux-2.6
= No migration to testing for 31 days.
See <http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=linux-2.6>

=== nfs-utils:
= 1 Release Critical bug(s):
- #574510 <http://bugs.debian.org/574510>
statd running as root after remove/install
= 1 Release Goals bug(s):
- #508289 <http://bugs.debian.org/508289>
[nfs-common] mount nfs at boot fails when insserv with shell or startpar concurrency is enabled
Part of release goal: dependency-based init system

=== tgt:
= 1 Release Critical bug(s):
- #576086 <http://bugs.debian.org/576086>
iscsitarget: Format string vulnerability

=== Packages with lintian errors and warnings:
- initramfs-tools (0 errors, 1 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-kernel@lists.debian.org.html#initramfs-tools>
- linux-2.6 (113 errors, 293 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-kernel@lists.debian.org.html#linux-2.6>
- nfs-utils (0 errors, 8 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-kernel@lists.debian.org.html#nfs-utils>
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Old 05-17-2010, 03:38 PM
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=== dpkg:
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dpkg: refuses to unpack package having conflicts+replaces of virtual package
- #577650 <http://bugs.debian.org/577650>
libcupt-perl: Does not handle automatic upgrade of git packages
- #581315 <http://bugs.debian.org/581315>
genpower: FTBFS: syntax error at /usr/bin/dpkg-name line 189, near ");"
- #581326 <http://bugs.debian.org/581326>
mime-support: FTBFS: syntax error at /usr/bin/dpkg-name line 189, near ");"
- #581329 <http://bugs.debian.org/581329>
mmv: FTBFS: syntax error at /usr/bin/dpkg-name line 189, near ");"

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Old 05-17-2010, 03:38 PM
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=== gcc-4.1:
= No migration to testing for 35 days.
See <http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=gcc-4.1>

=== gcc-4.4:
= 1 Release Critical bug(s):
- #558999 <http://bugs.debian.org/558999>
FTBFS [hppa] - recompile with -ffunction-sections

=== gcc-doc-defaults:
= 1 Release Critical bug(s):
- #573954 <http://bugs.debian.org/573954>
gcc docs still default to gcc-4.3

=== gcj-4.4:
= 1 Release Critical bug(s):
- #580148 <http://bugs.debian.org/580148>
gcj: libgcj.spec: No such file or directory
= 2 Release Goals bug(s):
- #576335 <http://bugs.debian.org/576335>
JVM core dumps in regression tests [kfreebsd-amd64]
Part of release goal: kfreebsd-* as release architectures
- #571532 <http://bugs.debian.org/571532>
gcj-4.4: FileChannel.transferTo() does not conform to java specification (gij: Bus error when executing ant)
Part of release goal: kfreebsd-* as release architectures
= No migration to testing for 55 days.
See <http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=gcj-4.4>

=== gdc-4.3:
= 2 Release Critical bug(s):
- #581240 <http://bugs.debian.org/581240>
[gdc-4.3] Calculation of MD5 sums seriously broken
- #581698 <http://bugs.debian.org/581698>
[gdc-4.3] gdc 4.3 fails on anonymous nested classes

=== Packages with a new upstream version according to DEHS:
gdc-4.3 4.3.4 (Debian: 1.046-4.3.4-5)

=== Packages with lintian errors and warnings:
- gcc-4.1 (0 errors, 5 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-gcc@lists.debian.org.html#gcc-4.1>
- gcc-4.4 (11 errors, 34 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-gcc@lists.debian.org.html#gcc-4.4>
- gcc-doc-defaults (0 errors, 6 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-gcc@lists.debian.org.html#gcc-doc-defaults>
- gcj-4.4 (1 errors, 11 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-gcc@lists.debian.org.html#gcj-4.4>
- gdc-4.3 (0 errors, 5 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-gcc@lists.debian.org.html#gdc-4.3>

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Old 05-17-2010, 03:38 PM
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=== initramfs-tools:
= 1 Release Critical bug(s):
- #576603 <http://bugs.debian.org/576603>
stay in sid to settle dust
= No migration to testing for 41 days.
See <http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=initramfs-tools>

=== linux-2.6:
= 6 Release Critical bug(s):
- #561203 <http://bugs.debian.org/561203>
threads and fork on machine with VIPT-WB cache
- #564110 <http://bugs.debian.org/564110>
r8169: Fix for CVE-2009-1389 introduces denial of service issue
- #569797 <http://bugs.debian.org/569797>
misaligned signal stack on sparc
- #572442 <http://bugs.debian.org/572442>
sparc 2.6.29+ NMI watchdog deadlock on Sun Fire V240 etc
- #572618 <http://bugs.debian.org/572618>
libata missing workaround for HPA overlapping normal partitions
- #574795 <http://bugs.debian.org/574795>
libata missing workaround for HPA overlapping normal partitions
= No migration to testing for 60 days.
See <http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=linux-2.6>

=== nfs-utils:
= 1 Release Critical bug(s):
- #574510 <http://bugs.debian.org/574510>
statd running as root after remove/install
= 1 Release Goals bug(s):
- #508289 <http://bugs.debian.org/508289>
[nfs-common] mount nfs at boot fails when insserv with shell or startpar concurrency is enabled
Part of release goal: dependency-based init system

=== Packages with lintian errors and warnings:
- linux-2.6 (113 errors, 352 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-kernel@lists.debian.org.html#linux-2.6>
- nfs-utils (0 errors, 8 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-kernel@lists.debian.org.html#nfs-utils>

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courier-authdaemon: uninstallation fails: exec: /usr/sbin/courierlogger: cannot execute: No such file or directory
- #590867 <http://bugs.debian.org/590867>
libdpkg-perl: Should break dpkg (<< 1.15.8)
- #591182 <http://bugs.debian.org/591182>
dpkg: FTBFS: 5 test failures on mips
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=== gcc-4.3:
= Missing build(s) on hppa
This might need manual action from your side.
See https://buildd.debian.org/status/package.php?p=gcc-4.3
= No migration to testing for 16 days.
See <http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=gcc-4.3>

=== gcc-4.4:
= 1 Release Critical bug(s):
- #519006 <http://bugs.debian.org/519006>
mips/ld: non-dynamic relocations refer to dynamic symbol
= Missing build(s) on alpha hppa kfreebsd-amd64 kfreebsd-i386 mips mipsel s390
This might need manual action from your side.
See https://buildd.debian.org/status/package.php?p=gcc-4.4

=== gcj-4.4:
= 2 Release Goals bug(s):
- #576335 <http://bugs.debian.org/576335>
JVM core dumps in regression tests [kfreebsd-amd64]
Part of release goal: kfreebsd-* as release architectures
- #571532 <http://bugs.debian.org/571532>
gcj-4.4: FileChannel.transferTo() does not conform to java specification (gij: Bus error when executing ant)
Part of release goal: kfreebsd-* as release architectures
= Missing build(s) on armel
This might need manual action from your side.
See https://buildd.debian.org/status/package.php?p=gcj-4.4

=== ppl:
= 1 Release Critical bug(s):
- #591155 <http://bugs.debian.org/591155>
ppl: FTBFS: Unsatisfiable build-dependency: xpdf-utils: Depends: poppler-utils

=== Packages with a new upstream version according to DEHS:
gdc-4.3 4.3.5 (Debian: 1.046-4.3.5-2)

=== Packages with lintian errors and warnings:
- gcc-4.3 (0 errors, 37 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-gcc@lists.debian.org.html#gcc-4.3>
- gcc-4.4 (11 errors, 34 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-gcc@lists.debian.org.html#gcc-4.4>
- gcj-4.4 (1 errors, 11 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-gcc@lists.debian.org.html#gcj-4.4>
- gdc-4.3 (0 errors, 5 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-gcc@lists.debian.org.html#gdc-4.3>
- ppl (0 errors, 1 warnings)
<http://lintian.debian.org/maintainer/debian-gcc@lists.debian.org.html#ppl>

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