On Nov 08, 2013, at 01:33 PM, Andrew Starr-Bochicchio wrote:
>> Hmmmm. bzr-builddeb works fine for me. The problem is with the UDD
>> *branches*, which are an unmitigated disaster.
Well, not a complete disaster, unless you care about one of the currently 920
packages failing import. ;)
>Though since we're talking about it, the one stop gap fix that would
>make me happy would be if all Ubuntu Developers could trigger the
>equivalent of the local 'requeue_package.py --full' command that UDD
>admins can run. Some history might get lost, but at least out of date
>branches could be made usable.
Yes, please! I can live with the warts, bugs, and workarounds in UDD itself,
but you're stopped dead in your tracks if the package import is failing. In
those cases, it's acceptable to trade-off accurate history for currency. We
just need an easy process that any Ubuntu Developer can perform to kick the
importer for a particular package.
I agree that the other issues are more intractable.
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