2 new commits since last upload, is it time to release?

package:
dact
severity:
normal
created:
2019-07-21
last updated:
2020-02-15

vcswatch reports that this package seems to have new commits in its VCS but has not yet updated debian/changelog. You should consider updating the Debian changelog and uploading this new version into the archive.

Here are the relevant commit logs:
commit 060fabb05dc6501573a64a90adca0087403a7ed0
Merge: 65bf704 16b61bc
Author: João Seckler <jseckler@riseup.net>
Date:   Sat Jul 20 23:21:10 2019 -0300

    Update upstream source from tag 'upstream/0.8.42'
    
    Update to upstream version '0.8.42'
    with Debian dir e747489afcb3aa63682f7284ad3b77f89d0edd82

commit 65bf7044e79afbb3ca50d0a0a572904626ea42af
Merge: 8132602 76df437
Author: Joao Seckler <jseckler@riseup.net>
Date:   Fri Jul 19 15:02:48 2019 -0300

    Import Debian changes 0.8.42-5
    
    dact (0.8.42-5) unstable; urgency=medium
    
      * QA upload.
      * Set Debian QA Group as maintainer. (see #920115)
      * Using new DH level format. Consequently:
          - debian/compat: removed.
          - debian/control: changed from 'debhelper' to 'debhelper-compat' in
            Build-Depends field and bumped level to 12.
      * debian/control:
          - Bumped Standards-Version to 4.4.0.
          - Changed URL to use https in Homepage field
          - Remove unnecessary autotools-dev dependency
          - Updated VCS fields to use Salsa.
      * debian/copyright:
          - Added a new package contributor in copyright
          - Changed URL to use https in source and format fields
      * debian/rules: enabled all hardening flags
      * debian/tests/control: created to provide simple CI test
      * debian/watch: changed regex to use https