gnome-session_2.28.0-5_amd64.changes is NEW

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  to main/g/gnome-session/gnome-session-bin_2.28.0-5_amd64.deb
(new) gnome-session-common_2.28.0-5_all.deb optional gnome
Common files for the GNOME session manager
 This package contains common files for the GNOME 2 and GNOME 3
 sessions, such as icons, translations and startup scripts.
  to main/g/gnome-session/gnome-session_2.28.0-5.diff.gz
  to main/g/gnome-session/gnome-session_2.28.0-5.dsc
  to main/g/gnome-session/gnome-session_2.28.0-5_all.deb
(new) gnome3-session_2.28.0-5_all.deb optional gnome
The GNOME Session Manager - GNOME 3 session
 This package contains a session that can be started from a display
 manager such as GDM. It will load all necessary applications for a
 full-featured user session.
 The session manager also features the ability to save a running session
 an restore it later.
 This version is configured to start the GNOME 3 desktop, based on the
 GNOME shell.
Changes: gnome-session (2.28.0-5) unstable; urgency=low
  * defaults.list: add text/x-patch. Some packages set brain-dead MIME
    handlers for this.
  * Remove obsolete gnome-session.dirs.
  * 55gnome-session_gnomerc: add gnome3-session.
  * README.Debian: fix documentation of window manager startup according
    to the previous upload.
  * Add a gnome3-session binary and a corresponding package, that starts
    gnome-shell instead of gnome-panel + metacity.
  * 11_saved_session_name.patch: new patch. Allow to change the
    directory where the session is saved with the command line. The
    corresponding option is used by gnome3-session.
  * Split translations, icons and startup scripts in a new
    gnome-session-common package.
  * Straighten dependencies accordingly.

Override entries for your package:
gnome-session-bin_2.28.0-5_amd64.deb - optional gnome
gnome-session_2.28.0-5.dsc - source gnome
gnome-session_2.28.0-5_all.deb - optional gnome

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