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Possibility of Calendarserver 3.1 in Precise

Asked by Rahul Amaram on 2012-01-24

Hi, I'm the maintainer for calendarserver in Debian. Currently the version of calendarserver in debian is 2.6. I was planning to have calendarserver 3.1 pushed into the next Debian stable release. However, I was wondering if it would be possible to get it into precise as well. I'm not very familiar with Ubuntu release process. I know that ubuntu precise freeze date is Feb 16. So if I could get calendarserver 3.1 into Sid by that deadline, would it get into precise as well? As I am pretty occupied of late, I think it would take at least a couple of weeks for me to package and test calendarserver 3.1. Would that be too late for precise?

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2012-01-25

I suggest you report a bug with your fix. I'd also state you are the maintainer.

Tim Blokdijk (tim-blokdijk) said : #2

I would like 3.1 in Precise. I just wrote a bug report for writing a 'juju charm' for an iCal server.
https://bugs.launchpad.net/charms/+bug/921772
That's not a request to update the package tot 3.1

Jorge O. Castro (jorge) said : #3

hi Rahul,

You can file a bug as soon as it's ready in Debian to do a sync request: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SyncRequestProcess

Clint Byrum (clint-fewbar) said : #4

Also since calendarserver is in universe, FeatureFreeze is nominal.. since syncing it won't break any CD builds. So you don't have to worry too much about February 16.

Tim Blokdijk (tim-blokdijk) said : #6

As version 3.2 is now packaged for Debian..
http://packages.qa.debian.org/c/calendarserver.html
Any chance this can be back-ported or integrated into a 12.04 point release?

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