[pkg-nvidia-devel] X stack for squeeze
rra at debian.org
Wed Mar 17 08:51:38 UTC 2010
Philipp Kern <pkern at debian.org> writes:
> On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 04:23:11PM -0700, Randall Donald wrote:
>> We generally go with the latest version at the time of freeze and then
>> build a kernel module package that is compatible. Other than that is
>> there something else you are asking about?
> You mean regardless of 9 RC bugs opened against the package? That even
> sounds like "please force the newest upstream versions into squeeze
> regardless of any packaging bugs", or do you want to release with the
> current version in testing?
Generally, the problem with RC bugs against nvidia-graphics-drivers are
just lack of team manpower so far as I can tell (as a user but not someone
involved in the team). Each time I look at them, most of them should be
downgraded (#523879) or just closed (#534873, #561239, #549869, #548840),
or while a bug are probably no longer relevant enough to really be RC
(#558369), or ones that I've never been able to reproduce despite building
the package all the time (#416594).
The problem is mostly people not having enough time for bug triage and
cleanup. Very little of that high RC bug count represents any serious
problem with the current packages in unstable other than reflecting that
lack of time.
Russ Allbery (rra at debian.org) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>
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