Monthly Archives: January 2017

Stretch preparations before the freeze

These are the last hours when we can update packages and they migrate to testing after 10 days right before the full freeze on 5 February.

The latest Wireshark upstream version, 2.2.4 has been released on Monday and it is waiting patiently to be part of next Debian stable.

I have just tested the fix for Kodi’s bug preventing playing DVD-s and today it will be fixed in unstable as well.

If you have packages which could be updated to make Stretch even better you can still do it today, but don’t wait too long!

Thanks to everyone working on Debian! Stretch will be awesome! ūüôā

Debian Developer Game of the Year

I have just finished level one, fixing all RC bugs in packages under my name, even in team-maintained ones. ūüôā

Next level is no unclassified bug reports, which gonna be harder since I have just adopted shadow with 70+ open bugs. :-\

Luckily I can still go on bonus tracks which is fixing (RC) bugs in others’ packages, but one should not spend all the time on those track before finishing level 1!

PS: Last time I tried playing a conventional game I ended up fixing it in a few minutes instead.