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django-mailman3* - Graph - -
1.2.0-3~bpo9+1
1.2.0-3 - 1.2.0-3
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Git 
1.2.0-3+1
0+1

26 1.2.0
hyperkitty* 2 Graph - -
1.2.2-1~bpo9+1
1.2.2-1
AUTORM
- 1.2.2-1
-
Git
1.2.2-2WARN


24 1.2.2
mailman* 113
(121) Graph
- 1:2.1.23-1+deb9u4
1:2.1.23-1+deb9u3
1:2.1.29-1 - 1:2.1.29-1
27 bugs (1 patch)
Git
23×
failfail
FTBR
1416 2.1.29
mailman-hyperkitty* - Graph - -
1.1.0-9~bpo9+1
1.1.0-9
AUTORM
- 1.1.0-9
-
Git 
1.1.0-9+1


22 1.1.0
mailman-suite* 2 Graph - -
0+20180916-6~bpo9+1
0+20180916-8 0+20180916-9
AUTORM
- 0+20180916-9
6 bugs
Git failed
0+20180916-10

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mailman3* 3 Graph - -
3.2.0-4~bpo9+1
3.2.1-1
AUTORM
- 3.2.1-1
3 bugs
Git failed
3.2.1-1+2


26 3.2.2
mailmanclient* - Graph - -
3.2.2-1~bpo9+1
3.2.2-1 - 3.2.2-1
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Git 
3.2.2-1+1
S T U

27 3.2.3~a2
postorius* - Graph - -
1.2.4-1~bpo9+1
1.2.4-1
AUTORM
- 1.2.4-1
-
Git failed
1.2.4-1+1
0+2

23 1.2.4

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