I’m well aware of the freeze and I’m not planning on uploading the whole string of packages until they’re at least close to ready, which probably means after the Bullseye release.
As for the status, I haven’t seen anything on the list, sorry. Mine is as follows: I have skeleton packages for 20 Python packages (backoff escapism python-consul2 certipy pamela onetimepass jupyter-telemetry nteract-on-jupyter nbgitpuller jupyterhub jupyterhub-systemdspawner jupyterhub-dummyauthenticator jupyterhub-firstuseauthenticator jupyterhub-nativeauthenticator jupyterhub-ldapauthenticator jupyterhub-tmpauthenticator mwoauth oauthenticator jupyterhub-idle-culler jupyter-packaging) of which I have already pushed 10 to Salsa under the Debian Python Team umbrella. Another 20 skeleton packages for Node.js components (triple-beam winston-transport stack-trace fn.name one-time fecha fast-safe-stringify logform kuler enabled text-hex colorspace @dabh/diagnostics strftime statsd-parser mersenne lynx http-proxy winston configurable-http-proxy) are sitting here too, waiting for me to push them to Salsa’s Debian-JS team.
I insist on the skeleton aspect: they’ve been initially generated with py2dsc and npm2deb, and I’m still in the process on turning them into proper packages that follow Debian Policy. This will happen over the coming weeks.
(I also currently install Traefik with an ugly wget, but that’s only temporary since someone is working on packaging Traefik properly).