[Slackbuilds-users] EasyRSA - re-submittion - bug fix

Sebastian Arcus s.arcus at open-t.co.uk
Fri Nov 11 09:39:27 UTC 2016

On 11/11/16 01:07, David Spencer wrote:
>> Is there any way of being notified when one of the admins makes changes to a
>> package I maintain? I worry that not knowing about it, I might overwrite the
>> changes the admin made by re-using my version of the script (the version I
>> submitted and have on my computer) when I submit a version bump in the
>> future.
> I'd guess at least half of new submissions are changed in review, so
> no, we don't notify, and to save everybody's embarrassment those
> changes are not public. It's good if you can check the approved
> version some time after it leaves 'pending', because reviewers make
> mistakes, but that's not a Rule :)
> We have always said that you should get the latest version from the
> repo before updating. But many people fail to do that, and it is
> difficult to surprise us by updating the wrong version. We use 'git
> diff' to examine your changes.

That's great - thank you. I wasn't aware of the above. I've made a 
mental note to always download the latest tarball from SBo before 
updating my scripts!

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