[csw-maintainers] Openssl migration: status update 4 for group 1

Yann Rouillard yann at pleiades.fr.eu.org
Sat Sep 8 11:39:25 CEST 2012

Hi everybody,

Here is the last status update about the big ssl migration group 1 which is
still waiting to come out.

Now only 6 packages are now waiting to be updated or dropped.

Here are the remaining packages:

   - *boincclient, boinclibs and boincmanager*: Eric, the maintainer,
   didn't have time to work on the package as he wanted but he will start
   again on monday.


   *postfix: *I had no answer from Juraj. As the updated package is
just like the current one with the ssl dependy updated, it is likely
that there will be no problem with the package. I will ping Juraj
again, ask some tests for the new package on the user list (if I get
no answer from Juraj), proceed to uploading the package (if I have
positive or no feedback on the user mailinst-list). If someone has
some time to test the package in my experimental repository, it would
be great:

   pkgutil -t http://buildfarm.opencsw.org/opencsw/experimental/yann -i postfix


   *courier_imap / courier_auth**: *no one stepped up to take over the

   se packages. I propose to drop them unless someone quickly takes over
   the maintenance. That will include maildrop as well.

Here is what else happened since the last update:

   - *libgnomecups, libgnomeprint, libbonoboui and gnomevfs2: Only Dago
   tested the new packages. Well that was enough for me considering the number
   of packages concerned and I put them in openssl-relinking-group1. Tests by
   other maintainers would still be great to make sure we don't have problem.

   - *hobbit: *Juergen told me we could drop hobbit now. He is working on
   xymon, hobbit's successor, but this could take some time.

Thanks in advance for your help so we can we push this update soon.

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