Recently the NEW queue grew due to lots of uploads of new KDE software and several smaller node-packages. The KDE-stuff will be processed one after another, but the node-stuff seems to be rather strange. After the last discussion I was told that all those small packages can be accumulated into bigger chunks. I hope this discussion doesn’t need to be repeated again …
Anyway, this month I marked 117 packages for accept and rejected 51 packages.
This was my ninth month that I did some work for the Squeeze LTS initiative, started by Raphael Hertzog at Freexian.
This month I got assigned a workload of 15.25h and I spent these hours to upload new versions of:
- [DLA 163-1] bind9 security update
- [DLA 166-1] libarchive security update
- [DLA 167-1] redcloth security update
- [DLA 170-1] mod-gnutls security update
- [DLA 171-1] libssh2 security update
- [DLA 181-1] xerces-c security update
- [DLA 182-1] batik security update
- [DLA 183-1] libxfont security update
- [DLA 184-1] binutils security update
Finally I was also able to upload the binutils package. Up to now, I got no complaints that something is not working anymore, so yeah, I seem to make it. The next big adventure will be a new upload of PHP. I already started with some patches, but it is still a good piece of work.
I also uploaded update for DLA 164-1] unace security update, [DLA 168-1] konversation security update and [DLA 172-1] libextlib-ruby security update although no LTS sponsor indicated any interest.
This month the severity of one bug in greylistd had been raised from normal to severe and such I had to upload a new version. Thanks to Andreas Beckmann for raising and for providing a patch.
I also uploaded a new version of dict-elements and closed a bug related to reproducible builds.
As I am the maintainer of libkeepalive, I got an email from Andreas Florath. He wanted to persuade me to create a package for his library libdontdie, which is rather similar to libkeepalive but has some improvements. As I promised to do some more packaging work, he didn’t have to argue much and voila, there now is a new package libdontdie available. As the cooperation with him is really pleasant, I also created a package for his other project: pipexec.
Thanks alot to all donors, this month I got 30€ in total. I really appreciate this and hope that everybody is pleased with my commitment. Don’t hesitate to make suggestions for improvements.
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