Fenzi <email@example.com> wrote on 11/14/2010
2:49:34 AM +0350:
As I've mentioned, this update is a simple rebuild and the current
package in stable repositories is simply unusable as it crashes
immediately. So, please push it to stable ASAP.
On Sat, 13 Nov 2010 20:50:07 +0330
Hedayat Vatankhah <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
/*Hedayat Vatankhah <email@example.com>*/ wrote on 11/13/2010
5:28:49 PM +0350:
According to , my updated simspark package has been pushed to
stable; but it is not! The package is available in updates-testing.
I wonder if it is expected considering the new updating criteria or
it is a bug. Anyway, it is confusing. What's happening?
Finally a question: this update is simply a rebuild of the package
and I wanted it to reside in updates repository ASAP (For whatever
reason, the previous build causes an application using this library
to crash; but it is fixed with a rebuild of the packages. I don't
know why, but a rebuild fixes the problem.).
I think Bodhi got confused by your submission:
You submitted the update to testing with a karma of +1
It started going to testing in the next push.
You added +1 karma to your own update and it started going to stable.
I think we will need to get Luke to look into this after he gets back
In the mean time I can try unpushing it and repushing it...
Shall I do that, or leave it in updates-testing for now?
Thanks a lot,