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- May 22 2018, 10:43 (81 w, 1 d)
Aug 27 2018
Thank you! :)
Thanks, reuploaded! I just got confused because mentors.debian.net complains that 4.2.1 is too new and needs 4.1.4, but I am indeed getting 4.2.1 from lintian in sid.
Yes indeed, I am running lintian from Debian sid.
@chris.lamb Sorry - was on vacation last week. :)
Aug 16 2018
He meant for it to go via Debian ("maintain the code in contrib") I think, but let's see what he says - I'm not too familiar with all these things.
Oh thanks! Then I'll just submit it without the manpage for now.
Aug 13 2018
Ported it to python3! Just busy (and a bit confused) writing the manpage, but I don't expect it to take very long anymore :)
Aug 7 2018
Aug 6 2018
Oops, I had a typo in my watch file so now I need to delete the whole package, including the previous comments. :(
Thanks, just uploaded the new version there, should be visible in a few minutes. Both packages should be visible - I fixed the "-+" from the version number, so it's not the same version, so both should?.. be there at the same time.
Jul 30 2018
OK - errors fixed, most warnings fixed!
Sorry - my bad, had forgotten to upload my key. It's there now, but I saw some complaints from lintian. I'll fix those first, but in the meantime, if you can give me feedback, I'd be grateful!
Jul 27 2018
Thanks! Uploaded, please feedback there!
Given that my package is essentially ready, do you need to check it first before I upload it there? If so, which files do you need to see?
Jul 26 2018
Thanks a lot! I reported it here: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=904702
Jul 25 2018
May 29 2018
BTW, the bug is still present in the installer, but not after the user installs the updates. This can cause some users to think that their password isn't working anymore (enter a pipe in your password in the installer, do not click "show password" so you're unaware that you entered a > or a < instead, install the updates, reboot, password suddenly stops working).