SRU policy for universe, #2
sistpoty at ubuntu.com
Mon Jan 29 13:34:48 GMT 2007
On Monday 29 January 2007 08:27:02 Martin Pitt wrote:
> I just became a new ubuntu-archive member and will help with SRU
> processing now.
> Stefan Potyra [2007-01-23 0:17 +0100]:
> > as of tonights MOTU meeting, we decided on the following changes
> > regarding SRU's for universe:
> > * the member of motu-sru, which gives the 3rd ACK, will also take care
> > for uploading a package to -proposed (regardless if the request comes
> > from a MOTU or non-MOTU).
> > * ubuntu-archive should only check, if the version number for an SRU
> > hitting -proposed is sane, and then accept the package.
> This works fine for me. I would not be able to do the pre-upload
> review for universe packages, but as long as I only need to look into
> the queue, check the debdiff, and will generally find something sane,
> there should not be long delays.
> > Currently there won't be any changes regarding -updates.
> Your previous mail mentioned
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU/Processes/SRURedone, but this page does
> not exist. Where's the current policy written down?
The current policy is at
Cheers and thanks for your support,
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