[Pkg-tcltk-devel] Request for upload: NSF 2.1.0

Stefan Sobernig stefan.sobernig at wu.ac.at
Sun Feb 12 16:58:06 UTC 2017

Hi Sergei!

> Debian stretch is now in freeze stage, so uploading to unstable won't
> get to stretch automatically anymore. I think you'll have to ask the
> release team if they'll grant this version to enter stretch. Usually,
> serious enough bugreports help in that. As far as I can see, the diff
> from the previous version is sufficiently small and reasonable, so I'd
> say it's a good chance you'll get the freeze exception even without a
> bugreport, but a good explanation of what happens and why this changes
> are important is still necessary.

I see. If I understand correctly [1], an upload to unstable will be a
prerequisite, then reportbug an unblock bug with a debdiff between
2.1.0-3 in unstable and 2.1.0-2 in testing, correct?

So can you upload 2.1.0-3 to unstable, so I can proceed from there? Or,
am I missing sth. here?


[1] https://release.debian.org/stretch/freeze_policy.html

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