[debian-mysql] MySQL 5.7 Packaging
lars.tangvald at oracle.com
Thu Feb 25 18:23:30 UTC 2016
Our biggest problem was that while Debian Stretch is still some ways off, the deadline for getting the packaging ready for Ubuntu Xenial is right now, so when I didn't get a response we simply couldn't wait. In general though I agree that Alioth is the correct place to work on this.
As for skipping 5.6 on Stretch, that seems like the best approach. We've done some testing on upgrading directly from 5.5 to 5.7 without seeing any big issues.
----- bjoern at boschman.de wrote:
> I don't get your point so far.
> Norvald Ryeng and Akhil Mohan (both working for Oracle) are members of pkg-mysql. If Lars is not, then he should apply.
I was the first guy setting up a git repo at the place where it should be (alioth). Therefor I don't get your point, why I am working on my own?
Having a personal github repo sound more like this (to me).
But back to topic. As I have written, I have introduced most of Lars changes already on alioth.
> 2016-02-25 1:06 GMT+01:00 Robie Basak < robie.basak at ubuntu.com > :
> On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 05:13:51PM +0100, Bjoern Boschman wrote:
> > @Oracle guys:
> > Please proceed working on the same git folder.
> > What about skipping mysql-5.6 for Debian/stretch and going directly towards
> > 5.7?
> The Oracle guys don't have permission to push to Alioth git, so Lars has
> been working on his branch in Github as he's already raised in this
> thread. I intend to review Lars' branch, upload it, and replace anything
> for mysql-5.7 on Alioth at the moment (I'll save your work in a side
> branch of course so it doesn't get lost in case we need it later). I
> ignored your work so far because it was reported to not build and you
> hadn't (previously) responded. Please work with us and not on your own -
> can you send Lars patches or otherwise critique Lars' branch, please?
> Mit freundlich Grüßen / Kind regards
> Björn Boschman
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