[ubuntu/disco-proposed] courier 1.0.5-1 (Accepted)

Logan Rosen loganrosen at gmail.com
Tue Jan 15 15:34:50 UTC 2019

courier (1.0.5-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Markus Wanner ]
  * New upstream release 1.0.5.
  * Update and correct debian/copyright, use https links.
  * Refresh patches 0002, 0010, 0012, 0015, 0016, 0019, 0022, 0023,
    and 0024.
  * Extend patch 0018-Fix-default-configuration-for-Debian.patch with
    the piddir addition proposed by Willi Mann. Closes: #875696.
  * d/control: tighten dependency on courier-unicode, eliminate obsolete
    build dependencies dh-autoreconf, autotools-dev and dh-systemd.
  * Bump debian/compat to 11.
  * Bump S-V to 4.2.1.
  * d/rules: drop `--with autotools-dev` and `--with systemd`, use
    dh_installsystemd, instead.
  * Drop patch 0025-Use-SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH.., it got applied upstream.
  * Drop lintian overrides: possible-gpl-code-linked-with-openssl is
    no longer required, since courier is built against gnutls.  And
    package-contains-empty-directory does not apply anymore.
  * Add Vcs-Git and Vcs-Browser links to the new salsa project.
  * Update d/watch to version 4, use https.
  * courier-mta: include binary courierfilter. Closes: #881696.
  * courier-mta.NEWS: correct tab to spaces.
  * courier-webadmin: Add dependency on libcgi-pm-perl. Closes: #910525.
  * courier-webadmin: Correct ownership and permissions on
    /etc/courier/webadmin/password (mode 0600, courier owned).
  * sqwebmail: provide a default apache24 configuration and enable it
    from the postinst script, if possible.
  * sqwebmail.postinst: eliminate trailing slash passed on to
  * sqwebmail/install-www: change table to use split choices.
  * Remove the transitional packages, these were delivered with
    stretch, already.

  [ Dimitri John Ledkov ]
  * Disable gnutls OPENPGP certificates. Closes: #879530.

Date: 2019-01-15 04:28:50.284322+00:00
Signed-By: Logan Rosen <loganrosen at gmail.com>
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