Commit 8f251985 authored by Laurent Bigonville's avatar Laurent Bigonville
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Release to unstable

parent da8b1277
geoclue-2.0 (2.5.7-1) unstable; urgency=medium
[ Laurent Bigonville ]
* New upstream version 2.5.7
- Check the maximum allowed accuracy level even for system applications.
Respect the value of the user preference concerning the usage of their
geolocation. This should fix the privacy and GDPR conformity concerns as
the user explicitly needs to enable the option.
Note that there is no distinction between the system applications
anymore, turning on the option is allowing them all to get the location.
(Closes: #924516, #958497)
* debian/README.Debian: Add information about MLS and a link to the service
Privacy Notice page
* Add debian/salsa-ci.yml file
* debian/control: Remove Craig Andrews from the Uploaders.
He has not been active since 2009, thanks for his previous work on the
package
* d/p/: Add a patch to make the Mozilla API key configurable
* debian/rules: Use the key that has been allocated to debian for MLS queries
* d/gbp.conf: Stop adding the commit-id and set multimaint-merge to True
* debian/control: Bump Standards-Version to 4.5.1 (no further changes)
* d/p: Add an upstream patch to fix the display of the usage indicator
* d/p: Remove the remaining differences between system app and flatpak ones.
This fix an issue when geoclue is D-Bus activated by a client and also
make sure that a running client is disconnected when the user disables
the location services (set the accuracy to 0)
[ Chris McGee ]
* debian/control: Add rules requires root
[ Debian Janitor ]
* Refer to specific version of license LGPL-2+.
* Apply multi-arch hints.
+ geoclue-doc, libgeoclue-doc: Add Multi-Arch: foreign.
-- Laurent Bigonville <bigon@debian.org> Fri, 25 Dec 2020 14:59:35 +0100
geoclue-2.0 (2.5.6-1) unstable; urgency=medium
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