This month I accepted 211 packages, which is almost the same amount as last month. On the other side I was a bit reluctant and rejected only 36 uploads. The overall number of packages that got accepted this month was 370.
This was my fifty second 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. During that time I did LTS uploads or prepared security uploads of:
- [DLA 1555-1] libmspack security update for two CVEs
- [DLA 1556-1] paramiko security update for two CVEs
- [DLA 1557-1] tiff security update for three CVEs
- [DLA 1558-1] ruby2.1 security update for two CVEs
- [DSA 4325-1] mosquitto security update for four CVEs
- #912159 for libmspack and two CVEs in Stretch
I could also mark all emerging CVEs of wireshark as not affected for Jessie. I prepared a debdiff for ten CVEs affecting tiff in Stretch and sent it to the security team and the maintainer. Unfortunately it did not result in an upload yet.
I also worked on imagemagick and expect an upload soon.
Last but not least I did some days of frontdesk duties.
This month was the fifth ELTS month.
During my allocated time I uploaded:
- ELA-52-1 for net-snmp
There was also one CVE for the python package requests, that could be marked as not-affected. The version in Wheezy did contain the correct code, whereas later versions contained the issue.
As like in LTS, I worked on wireshark (marking all CVEs as not-affected for Wheezy) and tiff3, but did not do an upload yet.
Moreover this was a strange month related to the packages I selected for work. So please everybody check twice whether to add an entry to ela-needed.txt.
As like in LTS, I also did some days of frontdesk duties.
I uploaded new upstream versions of …
Further I continued to sponsor some glewlwyd packages for Nicolas Mora. From my point of view he should become a DM now, so he started his NM process.