On Mon, 2012-05-14 at 18:26 +0900, Norbert Preining wrote:
> Hi Ben,
> thanks for the answers, but ...
> On Mo, 14 Mai 2012, Ben Hutchings wrote:
> > > * bug 670494 filed against ptex-bin, which is currently maintained
> > > by debian-tex-maint mailing list, but the bug report was sent
> > > (long after take over) to the old maintainer, so we missed it
> > >
> > > * bug 672491 same case with old texpower maintainer
> > Looks like a problem of confusion between binary and source package
> > names. Yes, you maintain that binary package now, but not the source
> > package of the same name.
> Right, but a bug reported against the bin package should be sent to
> the debian-tex-maint list.
> > > * package.qa.debian.org page is outdated and lists old versions
> > > as currently included
> > The ptex-bin source package is still present in unstable on
> > debian-ports.
> No, I mean the versions of texlive-* in unstable:
> I see on the QA package:
At the bottom of that page:
Updated: general information: Tue May 8 23:16:52 UTC 2012, projectb: Mon May 14 09:30:12 UTC 2012, bugs: Mon May 14 09:20:15 UTC 2012. Time needed to generate page: 0.07s
so some update seems to have stopped running.
> texlive-doc/extra/lang/base 2011.20120424-1
> but an
> apt-cache texlive-base
> shows me:
> Installed: 2011.20120511-1
> Candidate: 2011.20120511-1
> Version table:
> *** 2011.20120511-1 0
> 499 file:/src/TeX/debian/people/TeX/ unstable/ Packages
> 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
> 2011.20120509-1 0
> 499 http://ftp.nara.wide.ad.jp/debian/ sid/main amd64 Packages
> 2011.20120511-1 is my test version here
> But 2011.20120509-1 is in the archive, definitely, but the QA pages still
> lists 2011.20120424-1.
> And this since 1 week or so since 20120509.
> So the QA pages are borked at the moment.
The PTS has this right; only the developer summary doesn't.
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