bug reports for MATE 1.10 in sid/testing
John Paul Adrian Glaubitz
glaubitz at physik.fu-berlin.de
Thu Aug 13 16:39:54 UTC 2015
Just wait until all packages are uploaded, please. There is currently a mix of 1.8 and 1.10 packages in unstable/testing with possibly many things not working properly.
We're currently at the point where the chest is open during heart surgery, so telling us the patient is currently not doing too well is not really helpful, we know that. I use MATE extensively myself so I notice when stuff breaks. I just can't just have bug reports filed for every single issue when I can't be sure it won't go away with the next pending upload anyway.
Furthermore, there are also many other things broken in unstable right now due to the libstdc++6 transition and a MATE dialog crashing is probably your least problem. Thus, unless you know how to handle these issues yourself or can live with them, please don't use Debian unstable/testing at the moment.
And please just bear with me until all packages are updated. I am currently at CCCamp and will attend DebConf from Saturday on where I will have fast internet and lots of time for working on it.
It's also currently unbearibly hot in Germany so people a little lethargic.
Thank you for being patient!
> On Aug 13, 2015, at 6:07 PM, ant <ant at anthive.com> wrote:
> thanks for the update for what is going on with sid.
> some parts of MATE 1.10 have made it into testing
> do you also want people to hold off on reporting bugs
> on those too?
> sorry you are being frustrated, but thank you for
> your efforts.
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