This month I marked 281 package for accept and rejected 58, so almost back to normal processing. I also sent 19 emails to maintainers asking questions.
As mentioned in October the accept-number has reached another milestone. I accepted package 6666 on 20151221, it was python-skbio_0.4.1-1. The winner of a fast processed package with the best guess of this date is: *tata* Javi. Ok, he was the only participant :-). So, who can guess the date of 7777?
This month several people had to reduce their contribution, so all in all I got a workload of 30h. Altogether I uploaded those DLAs:
- [DLA 392-1] roundcube security update
- [DLA 393-1] srtp security update
- [DLA 394-1] passenger security update
- [DLA 399-1] foomatic-filters security update
- [DLA 398-1] privoxy security update
- [DLA 401-1] imlib2 security update
For the first time this month, I was also involved in three embargoed uploads. Ben and I were informed about some security issues before they got published and I prepared the DLAs. Although the real upload for all suites were still done by the security team, it was really exciting.
I also spent some time on #796095 and prepared another patch for review. Further I am almost done with the next upload of PHP 5.3. Just before starting dupload, another issue appeared. As I think that this will be the last upload of PHP for Squeeze LTS, I also want to take care of this latecomer. The upload of krb5 is waiting in the pipeline, I am just waiting for a confirmation that everything is fine.
This month I also had another term of doing frontdesk work and looked for CVEs that are important for Squeeze LTS or could be ignored.
As Wheezy LTS is just before the start, I already prepared the new build environment. So either now or later in April, I am ready …
Due to the high LTS workload, there was no time for other stuff :-(.