On 23/01/2020 08:00, Stefan Seyfried wrote:
one of the latest snapshots removed rdiff-backup (because it's python2,
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 ;-)
We're interested as well.
rdiff-backup is the first part of our two-tier
Many thanks for your work.
Am 20.01.20 um 15:00 schrieb Dominique Leuenberger:
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If there was a possibility
to also mention removed packages, that would
be great for cases like this (but yes, I know, it's not that easy, and
the mail only mentions packages on the DVD anyway).
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