As you might have noticed as well, this month has been a month with the highest average temperature of all June so far. So I spent more time in the lake than in NEW. I only accepted 12 packages and rejected 1 upload. The rest of the team probably did the same because the overall number of packages that got accepted was only 22. Let’s see whether July will be the same …
This was my sixtieth month that I did some work for the Debian LTS initiative, started by Raphael Hertzog at Freexian.
This month my all in all workload has been 17h. During that time I did LTS uploads or prepared security uploads of:
- [DLA 1830-1] znc security update for one CVE
- [DLA 1833-1] bzip2 security update for two CVEs
- [DLA 1841-1] gpac security update for three CVEs
I also prepared bzip2 debdiffs for Buster and Stretch and sent them to the maintainer and security team.
Further I created new packages for testing the patches of bind9 and wpa. I would be more confident to upload those if more people could give it a try. Especially after the python issue, I would really like to have some more people to do smoke tests …
Last but not least I did some days of frontdesk duties.
This month was the thirteenth ELTS month.
During my allocated time I uploaded:
- ELA-132-1 of bzip2 for two CVEs
- ELA-138-1 of ntfs-3g for one CVE
As like LTS, I am a bit hesitant to upload bind9 …
I also did some days of frontdesk duties.
As already written above, I did not do much work in front of a computer, so there is nothing to report here.
Ok, maybe I can mention this email here instead of the LTS section above. This is a script to obtain the correct build order of Go packages in case of security patches. As well as mentioned in the other paragraphs I would like more people to have a look at it, but please be kind :-).