On 2020-01-23 15:57, Lew Wolfgang wrote:
On 01/22/2020 11:00 PM, Stefan Seyfried wrote:
one of the latest snapshots removed rdiff-backup (because it's
somehow I had overlooked it on the list of to-be-dropped packages...).
For those in need of this, I'm right now requesting maintainership of
this package in project Archiving, then will update it to the latest
beta version which is said to work with python3.
I'll also try to get our patches upstream, now that there is a new
upstream and finally I'd want to get it back into Factory, at least if
I'm not the only one interested in it ;-)
Gad! We couldn't get along without rdiff-backup! We use it for
daily backups of dozens of Leap desktops and servers, handing
hundreds of terabytes of data. Loosing it would cause a major
disruption for us. Let me know if there's any way I can help
with testing, Stephen.
Never heard of this project before, but if is this one it should be
good for Python3. That means that someone needs to repackage it.
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