I try to collect all
problematic packages. While it defaults to show only packages currently
failing, you can switch to show all problems in the first line.
And there a lot of packages where someone accepted it to the devel project
reviewing and then didn't submit it for inclusion to the distribution.
This is a problem as we're nearing already the 2nd milestone after version
freeze and I see tons of such packages ;(
Take e.g. python-cairo, a prime example ;(
cairo" rev="2" />
<target project="GNOME:Factory" package="python-cairo" />
<state name="accepted" who="vuntz"
<history name="new" who="lmedinas"
<description>Update to 1.8.6</description>
<source project="GNOME:Factory" package="python-cairo"
<state name="accepted" who="poeml"
<history name="new" who="vuntz"
<description>New upstream version</description>
lmedinas, vuntz, poeml - 3 people worked on this package and still it isn't
in 11.2 ;(
I understand the problem very well and IMO the work flow just _asks_ for that
trouble, but it is as it is - and _everyone_ needs to be aware of it and help
others in looking at factory-status.html for packages he worked on and
expected them to end in 11.2
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