[IAEP] sugar and co
holger at layer-acht.org
Sat Nov 29 20:33:03 EST 2008
are all effected by serious bugs which can either be fixed via t-p-u or with
new upstream versions via unstable. (Or via removals of the affected
Personally I think 0.81 (=what's in lenny currently) is not worth releasing
with, as every sugar deployment in the world (mostly ~1mio XO laptops, but
there are other deployments on other hardware coming) now has switched to
0.82 and 0.81 is also not supported upstream anymore.
OTOH, sugar has no reverse depends (well, except education-desktop-sugar from
Debian Edu, we/I will handle that, whatever the outcome will be), is optional
and is also pretty new and pretty outstanding in its field of use, so I would
really appreciate if you could make a huge exception and let sugar 0.82 in.
But the point is, broken sugar packages cannot effect anything else than
So, I kindly ask you to not call me crazy (you'll probably do so anyway) and
unblock those packages.
I'd understand if you'd say "no" for consistency reasons (there are lots of
packages which cannot effect others...) but for the sake of the children of
the world I'm asking. Sugar is truely something new and exciting and it would
be great, if Debian lenny would be a first class basis for it.
dont have RC bugs but are in the same boat.
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