rawhide report: 20070521 changes

Hans de Goede j.w.r.degoede at hhs.nl
Mon May 21 21:38:28 UTC 2007

Build System wrote:
> New package DMitry
> 	Deepmagic Information Gathering Tool
> New package autodir
> 	Creates user directories on demand
> New package clutter-gst
> 	ClutterMedia interface to GStreamer
> New package clutter-gtk
> 	A basic GTK clutter widget
> New package nbtscan
> 	Tool to gather NetBIOS info from Windows networks
> New package perl-Config-Any
> 	Load configuration from different file formats, transparently
> New package perl-Math-Vec
> 	Perl Math::Vec module
> New package perl-Net-IPv4Addr
> 	Perl extension for manipulating IPv4 addresses
> New package perl-Sys-Syscall
> 	Access system calls that Perl doesn't normally provide access to
> New package perl-YAML-Syck
> 	Fast, lightweight YAML loader and dumper
> New package perl-libwhisker2
> 	Perl module geared specificly for HTTP testing
> New package php-pear-File-Passwd
> 	Manipulate many kinds of password files
> New package php-pear-File-SMBPasswd
> 	Class for managing SAMBA style password files
> New package pidgin-guifications
> 	Guifications Plugin for Pidgin
> New package python-BeautifulSoup
> 	HTML/XML parser for quick-turnaround applications like screen-scraping
> New package python-Coherence
> 	Python framework to participate in digital living networks
> New package python-tag
> 	Python bindings for TagLib to read and write music files tags
> New package schismtracker
> 	Sound module composer/player
> New package scratchpad
> 	Spatial text editor for the GNOME desktop
> New package tdom
> 	DOM parser for Tcl
> New package tiquit
> 	A PHP5-compatible help desk incident tracking/knowledgebase system

Wow, thats a lot of new packages, aren't we supposed to be in deep freeze? Or 
can one still send tag request for new packages, (iow only not for updates).

Also in the list below I see a lot of updates to newer upstream releases, that 
also doesn't sound very deep freeze to me.



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