Paul van Tilburg
paulvt at debian.org
Mon Apr 24 06:08:33 UTC 2006
On Mon, Apr 24, 2006 at 10:55:02AM +0900, Daigo Moriwaki wrote:
> >I am just wondering, what made you decide to reverse this choice?
> >I still think it's wise to upload to experimental so we can poke at it a
> I accidentally uploaded it to unstable. I will undo when it comes to
> When I tried to upload 0.8.11-3 (experimental), it failed because of no
> orig.tar.gz (now I learn that dpkg-buildpackage -sa option exists).
Also don't forget -v (-v0.8.11-1) with the first upload to get the
entire changelog in there. ;)
> I uploaded 0.8.11-1,2,3 one by one, but -1,2 accidentally went to
> unstable and -3 to experimental.
> I'd like to rollback these uploads. Removing packages from unstable
> requires BTS. So, I wait for it coming to unstable, soon after that I
> will remove it and reupload it to experimental.
> When it comes to
> unstable, it would be a short time though, it should be a complete
> (latest) package so I temporarily uploaded -4 (which is same as -3) to
Why -4 to unstable and -3 to experimental. Or do you mean -4 in the long
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