Remove morituri from archive or switch to gst1.0

Bug #1558712 reported by Bryan Quigley on 2016-03-17
This bug affects 2 people
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
morituri (Debian)
Fix Released
morituri (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

Source/BInary: morituri

Uses outdated gstreamer0.10 Specifically src:gst-plugins-good0.10 is a dependency of this package.

Popcon shows that 8 people might use this package regularly (out of 1762 installs).

bryan@desktop:~$ reverse-depends src:morituri
No reverse dependencies found
bryan@desktop:~$ reverse-depends -b src:morituri
No reverse dependencies found

With a lot of gst0.10 removed, this package is already more limited in what it can do. It's a cd ripper, which we have many alternatives for.

There does seem to be some upstream work on this, but not sure of state-

To be more accurate: morituri is an *accurate* CD ripper, for which you have no alternatives. Well, you have Windows and EAC.

Bryan Quigley (bryanquigley) wrote :

For anyone else, this page describes what that means -

Martin Pitt (pitti) wrote :

Removing packages from xenial:
 morituri 0.2.3-1 in xenial
  morituri 0.2.3-1 in xenial amd64
  morituri 0.2.3-1 in xenial arm64
  morituri 0.2.3-1 in xenial armhf
  morituri 0.2.3-1 in xenial i386
  morituri 0.2.3-1 in xenial powerpc
  morituri 0.2.3-1 in xenial ppc64el
  morituri 0.2.3-1 in xenial s390x
Comment: uses obsolete gstreamer 0.10, no reverse depends, LP #1558712

Changed in morituri (Ubuntu):
status: New → Fix Released
Changed in morituri (Debian):
status: Unknown → Fix Released
iGadget (igadget) wrote :

So removing a package from the 16.04 repo renders a status 'fix released'? Sounds a little odd to me. Besides, the package from 15.10 ( installs just fine on 16.04.

iGadget (igadget) wrote :

Never mind, the 'fix' is in line with the bug description.

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