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Old 06-20-2008, 01:53 PM
Ali Polatel
 
Default What to do when Python 2.5 is blocking your package from entering stable? (Agenda for next council meeting?)

Santiago M. Mola yazmış:
> There are a few things which need some kind of action before/during
> python 2.5 stabilization:
>
> Needs stabilization:
> * dev-python/python-bibtext-1.2.3
Already done. #194810

> * dev-python/pyvorbis-1.4-r3 (a bit buggy, debian has patches for 1.3,
> some of them can be ported)
> * tinyerp? http://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=31554
This is m-needed and shouldn't prevent stabling. If anyone cares to fix
it we can work on a proxy-maint solution.

> * dev-libs/xapian-1.0.6
> * dev-libs/xapian-bindings-1.0.6
What's wrong with these? xapian-bindings builds fine here with python
enabled using python-2.5 and I couldn't find a related bug report.

> * dev-python/pygame-1.8.0 (buggy, I have patches from trunk, we might
> want to wait to 1.8.1)
I couldn't find a bug report related to this either. Care to submit a
bug report with the patches?

> * dev-python/soappy-0.12.0 (bug #216385)
>
#228535

> Needs fix:
> * x11-misc/qterm (bug #216466)
We need ppc and x86 teams to stable 0.5.2.

> * dev-db/rekall (bug #141068) - needs bump, probably this is going to
> be p.masked and eventually removed from the tree
>
/me looks at KDE team.

> Regards,

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Regards,
Ali Polatel
 
Old 06-20-2008, 02:24 PM
Ali Polatel
 
Default What to do when Python 2.5 is blocking your package from entering stable? (Agenda for next council meeting?)

Samuli Suominen yazmış:
> Perhaps it should be a council agenda?

I think we can get it stable before the next council meeting

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Regards,
Ali Polatel
 

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