Le mardi 4 novembre 2008 15:39:41 John Dong, vous avez écrit*:
> I'd like to propose something that typically goes against our SRU policy:
> As someone who's tracked KTorrent development and upstream's forums
> community for quite some time now, I think it's in our best interest to
> track new upstream point releases in -updates.
> Their history is relatively clean of point-release regressions, and they
> release these maintenance releases pretty often to address new bugs being
> reported to their upstream forums. Doing so for us would fix a few memory
> leak and infinite-loop (high CPU usage) issues, particularly in the DHT and
> UDP tracker codepaths.
+1 for me for uploading KTorrent 3.1.4. It just needs to be tested a bit(for
example, to see if http://ktorrent.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2671 or
http://ktorrent.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2684 are reproducible), the kubuntu-
updates-testing PPA seems like a good place to do so.
> The only question I have with this is how does it affect translations, as
> we have no guarantee that upstream string-freezes
It looks like they use the kde infrastructure for l10n, so we will get the new
strings when we upload kde 4.1.3 language pack.
Guillaume Martres - https://launchpad.net/~smarter
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