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Syncing from Debian

A few days ago I read the mail from Iain Lane on ubuntu-devel-announce, which announced that ‘syncpackage’ is now able to directly perform syncs for you (if you have sufficient upload rights), without having to get the sync through the archive admin queue first. Read more here

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  1. Comment by Marek Turnovec — January 19, 2012 @ 8:41 am

    Sorry, but this information was a bit hard for me to embrace. When I red the linked article, it was not better. I’ve never heard about package “syncpackage”. So I tried to look for it on – to just have an idea, what it does and if it could be useful for me. I didn’t find it there. After some googling, I found, that it is an Ubuntu package. It would probably by nice to have at least a bit more information in this news… :-)

  2. Pingback by Syncing from Debian | – Your one stop for news … | Linux Blog — January 20, 2012 @ 10:16 pm

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  3. Comment by cj2003 — January 22, 2012 @ 1:34 pm

    Hi Marek,
    you’re right about this one! I’ve been to fast getting this news item on the page – will try to be a bit more careful onwards…
    Thanks for the notification – Christian

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