This month I accepted 276 packages, which is bit more than two months before. On the other side I rejected 34 uploads, which is the same as last month. The overall number of packages that got accepted this month was 442.
This was my fifty fourth 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 30h. This was the first month were I did not upload any package, but only prepared a wireshark package for testing. It is available at people.d.o and contains patches for 31 CVEs. As lots of dissectors are affected, I would be very glad if others could have a look at it.
I also started to work on CVEs of exiv2 and krb5.
Last but not least I did some days of frontdesk duties.
This month was the seventh ELTS month.
During my allocated time I prepared a wireshark package for testing. It is also available at people.d.o and contains patches for 26 CVEs. As with the LTS version I would be very glad if others could have a look at it.
I also started to work on CVEs of krb5.
As like in LTS, I also did some days of frontdesk duties.
I improved packaging of …
- … astronomical-almanac
- … dict-elements
- … ent
- … feynmf
- … gcal
- … harminv
- … libctl
- … libkeepalive
- … libterm-readline-ttytter-perl
- … npd6
- … ptpd
- … ptunnel
- … texify
- … te923con
I uploaded new upstream versions of …
Thanks to all the people that tested the meep and mpb packages and filed bugs. I am now trying to clean up the mess :-). At least my packages no longer depend on guile-2.0!
I didn’t have to sponsor package for Nicolas Mora anymore. He finally became a DM and I gave him upload rights for his packages. So now he can take care of his stuff on his own :-).
The next sponsee is Tommi Höynälänmaa. Initially he wanted to have theme-d and theme-d-gnome in Debian. Due to dependencies being orphaned and RC buggy he now has to take care of …
He is really doing a nice job.
The Debian Med Advent Calendar was again really successful this year. There was no new record, but with 81, a fair number of bugs could have been closed.
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Well done everybody who participated, especially Andreas Tille who closed by far the most bugs!