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Re: Upcoming stable point release (9.1)




On 07/10/2017 01:38 PM, Philipp Kern wrote:
> On 07/10/2017 07:00 AM, Pirate Praveen wrote:
>> [Moving to -devel]
> 
> Not sure why, as this seems to be a release matter.

Because I wanted to get inputs from other developers on how to proceed.

>> I'd like this fix
>> (https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=865316) to be part of
>> 9.1, but one of the maintainers of the package seems to not agree with
>> the severity [1]. It is already fixed upstream and updated package is
>> prepared.
> 
> It needs to be fixed in unstable first, anyway. Similarly I only see
> inaction on the bug, not disagreement. (What you linked to as "[1]" is
> different.) The fix itself feels fairly straightforward, given that it's
> a consensual revert applied upstream.

"a single bug, with inflated severity", the maintainer did not agree
with the severity. Inaction means, its severity is not accepted, is what
I understood. If there is an RC bug, you either fix it soon or accept
patches when someone fixes it.

> I think this could be suitable for stable, but I'd suggest to you to
> hash out the potential disagreement[2] in private mail to the
> maintainers rather than on project-wide mailing lists (not even cc'ing
> them).

Well, I first tried, the BTS, which they should be reading, then I
posted in their IRC channel, which did not receive any response, then I
try to join their alioth team, which was not accepted. I think I made
reasonable efforts to reach out to them directly.

> Kind regards
> Philipp Kern
> 
> [2] I'm not even sure there is any.
> 


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