[Git][reproducible-builds/reproducible-website][master] 3 commits: Correct some grammar in 013373c3737.

Chris Lamb gitlab at salsa.debian.org
Mon Jul 30 10:03:23 CEST 2018


Chris Lamb pushed to branch master at Reproducible Builds / reproducible-website


Commits:
5fe0f1d0 by Chris Lamb at 2018-07-30T08:03:09Z
Correct some grammar in 013373c3737.

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b12e267e by Chris Lamb at 2018-07-30T08:03:09Z
Rename section to upstream work.

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77d136c0 by Chris Lamb at 2018-07-30T08:03:09Z
mtools NMU.

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1 changed file:

- _blog/posts/170.md


Changes:

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_blog/posts/170.md
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@@ -5,11 +5,13 @@ week: 170
 
 * [Ludovic Court├Ęs](http://web.fdn.fr/~lcourtes/) wrote a blog post entitled [Multi-dimensional transactions and rollbacks](https://www.gnu.org/software/guix/blog/2018/multi-dimensional-transactions-and-rollbacks-oh-my/) which promotes the functional aspects of the [GNU Guix](https://www.gnu.org/software/guix/) package manager as well as it's "very strong guarantees in terms of reproducibility and provenance tracking."
 
+* Chris Lamb performed a [Non Maintainer Upload](https://wiki.debian.org/NonMaintainerUpload) to Debian of the [GNU mtools](https://www.gnu.org/software/mtools/) package in order to address two reproducibility-related bugs ([#900409](https://bugs.debian.org/900409) & [#900410](https://bugs.debian.org/900410)) that were blocking the inclusion of [his previous merge request to the Debian Installer](https://salsa.debian.org/installer-team/debian-installer/merge_requests/3) to make the installation images (ISO, hd-media, netboot, etc,) bit-for-bit reproducible.
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 * NetBSD [announced their 8.0](http://www.netbsd.org/releases/formal-8/NetBSD-8.0.html) release which touts stability improvements, hundreds of bug fixes, and many new features including reproducible builds via `MKREPRO`.
 
-* We are continuing to see "fallout" from the default GCC version in Debian unstable changing from GCC 7 to GCC 8. As outlined in our previous post, as we have not updated our build path patches for this newer version it is resulting in a large number of packages becoming unreproducible in our testing framework. Holger now has temporarily disabled scheduling of packages in unstable and experimental, until we have a solution or workaround for this.
+* We are continuing to see "fallout" from the default GCC version in Debian unstable changing from GCC 7 to GCC 8. As outlined in our previous post, as we have not updated our build path patches for this newer version it is resulting in a large number of packages becoming unreproducible in our testing framework. Holger has now temporarily disabled scheduling of packages in unstable and experimental until we have a solution or workaround for this.
 
-* Holger also added 26GB to the partition used for Debian reproducible tests on jenkins.debian.net so that there is enough free space again to cope with the increased size needs due to unreproduciblities introduced due to gcc-8. This fixed a number of jenkins jobs who were constantly failing the last days...
+* Holger also added 26GB to the partition used for Debian reproducible tests on jenkins.debian.net so that there is enough free space. This is to cope with the increased size needs due to unreproduciblities introduced due to GCC-8. This fixed a number of Jenkins jobs that were constantly failing in the last days.
 
 * In the upcoming week a number of the Reproducible Builds team are at [DebConf18](https://debconf18.debconf.org/), the annual Debian Developers conference. The [schedule](https://debconf18.debconf.org/schedule/) includes talks entitled:
 
@@ -22,8 +24,8 @@ week: 170
 * Three Debian package reviews were added, one was updated and one was removed in this week, adding to [our knowledge about identified issues](https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/debian/index_issues.html).
 
 
-Packages reviewed and fixed, and bugs filed
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+Upstream work
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 * Bernhard M. Wiedemann:
 
@@ -43,6 +45,7 @@ Packages reviewed and fixed, and bugs filed
     * [perl-IO-Socket-SSL](https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1102852) (FTBFS-2019-03)
     * [ibutils](https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1102911) (FTBFS with -j1)
 
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