From 0.2.3 ChangeLog:
Fixed an integer overflow bug (CVE-2006-2197)
Just thinking loud: Abiword seems to depend on wv [not wv2], any info on whether that is affected, too?
text-markup absorbs it (seems easy to maintain and useful).
I have version bumped it and added text-markup to metadata.
Arch teams please stabilize this (the only change since 0.2.2 is some tabbing stuff and a Solaris / Sun C++ 5.5 patch, aside from the security fix).
stable on ppc64
This seems to have slowed down a bit... can we please have som input from x86 and ia64?
stable on x86
Removing x86... I'd really appreciate it if people outside the x86 team would allow us to actually do our jobs on these bugs. It's rather frustrating to see that since Halcy0n has left that we now have some people going around and just stabilizing whatever they feel like it because they think we're being too slow. Unfortunately, the number of active people on the x86 team has dropped since his leaving the project. Don't go around countermining all of the work that he did for the project by subverting our policies just because he's not around to complain to you.
"You have to specify a comment on this change. Please explain your change."
-> baah. ready for glsa.
(In reply to comment #10)
> Removing x86... I'd really appreciate it if people outside the x86 team would
> allow us to actually do our jobs on these bugs.
I am listed as member of the x86 team. I do only act, if I notice an ebuild I do maintain or an dependency of it needs to go stable and no one else of the x86 team does, though.
Description: Gentoo/x86 team
Developers(16): allanonjl antarus* betelgeuse* chriswhite* compnerd fuzzyray
halcy0n* hparker kloeri mkay* nelchael s4t4n* ticho tove
Hate to tell you carlo but you are not a member of the x86 team and therefore not approved to go stablizing stuff on the herds behalf unless we authorize you to do so. As the only real exceptions that we've allowed are for specific hardware that no member of the team has. We are always looking for dedicated developers who don't just want to join the herd to avoid having to deal with the team. We also mandate a certain amount of bugs done per the guidelines of the team, which is checked on to make sure that we don't need to send out warnings.
(In reply to comment #13)
> Hate to tell you carlo...
Then it had been missed to add me to the list. I joined shortly after the x86 herd has been formed.