openssh
source package

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general

source
openssh (source, net)
version
1:9.7p1-4
maint
Debian OpenSSH Maintainers (a), Colin Watson (u), Matthew Vernon (u)
arch
any all
std-ver
4.6.2
VCS
Git (browse)

todo

  • Lintian reports 7 warnings about this package. You should make the package lintian clean getting rid of them.
  • The package should be updated to follow the last version of Debian Policy (Standards-Version 4.7.0 instead of 4.6.2).
  • The BTS contains patches fixing 49 bugs (65 if counting merged bugs), consider including or untagging them.
  • This package has "Suggests: ssh-askpass" while ssh-askpass needs a new maintainer, see O #993155.

testing migration

  • This package will soon be part of the auto-libselinux transition. You might want to ensure that your package is ready for it. You can probably find supplementary information in the debian-release archives or in the corresponding release.debian.org bug.
  • This package is part of the ongoing testing transition known as libglib2.0-0t64. Please avoid uploads unrelated to this transition, they would likely delay it and require supplementary work from the release managers. On the other hand, if your package has problems preventing it to migrate to testing, please fix them as soon as possible. You can probably find supplementary information in the debian-release archives or in the corresponding release.debian.org bug.
  • This package is part of the ongoing testing transition known as auto-openssl. Please avoid uploads unrelated to this transition, they would likely delay it and require supplementary work from the release managers. On the other hand, if your package has problems preventing it to migrate to testing, please fix them as soon as possible. You can probably find supplementary information in the debian-release archives or in the corresponding release.debian.org bug.
  • This package is part of the ongoing testing transition known as auto-gtk+3.0. Please avoid uploads unrelated to this transition, they would likely delay it and require supplementary work from the release managers. On the other hand, if your package has problems preventing it to migrate to testing, please fix them as soon as possible. You can probably find supplementary information in the debian-release archives or in the corresponding release.debian.org bug.

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bugs

all bug history graph
648 (691)
RC
0
I&N
419 (435)
M&W
227 (254)
F&P
2
Ubu
145