Rebuilds of binary packages without source changes
When there is a transition in Debian, the release team schedules binNMUs for the affected packages so that they are rebuilt with the new transitioned packages.
When there is a transition in Ubuntu, every affected package needs to be re-uploaded by hand, which in case of big transitions (e.g. the recent perl 5.8 -> 5.10 transition) is not nice.
It would be cool if Soyuz had the ability of schedule binNMUs so in case of transitions the release team could do it, which would make transitions happen faster and save time and bandwidth to developers.
|Changed in soyuz:|
|importance:||Low → Undecided|
|milestone:||none → pending|
|Changed in launchpad:|
|importance:||Undecided → Low|