Are debian testing packages ok?

Hello list

In the latest days I believe I saw some rumours about rt3 packages for
debian testing were broken. So, for the moment, I pinned those packages
on my RT-server and they are not being upgraded any more for the moment.

I would like to know if they are ok, so that I can upgrade them as well.

Ciao and thanks
–Marco

In the latest days I believe I saw some rumours about rt3 packages for
debian testing were broken. So, for the moment, I pinned those packages
on my RT-server and they are not being upgraded any more for the moment.

I would like to know if they are ok, so that I can upgrade them as well.

As far as I am aware (and I’m one of the package maintainers) there is
nothing wrong with the rt3 packages in Debian (testing or
unstable). If anyone has found a bug they should report it, rumours do
not help anyone. You can always check for bugs in the request-tracker3
package by going to Debian bug tracking system and using the form
on there.

I hope that answers your question.

Stephen Quinney

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Stephen Quinney wrote:

As far as I am aware (and I’m one of the package maintainers) there is
nothing wrong with the rt3 packages in Debian (testing or
unstable).

Good!

If anyone has found a bug they should report it, rumours do
not help anyone.

Mmmmhhh… did I misread the thread about putting rt testing packages on
a stable distribution or someone said that there were bugs?

You can always check for bugs in the request-tracker3
package by going to Debian bug tracking system and using the form
on there.

Yep, right! I nearly forgot that!

I hope that answers your question.

Yes, absolutely! Thanks!

Ciao
–bronto

Marco Marongiu wrote:

Hello list

In the latest days I believe I saw some rumours about rt3 packages for
debian testing were broken. So, for the moment, I pinned those
packages on my RT-server and they are not being upgraded any more for
the moment.

Just rumors, I’d say. Working fine here.

Nate