Online bug squashing party (BSP) next weekend
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Our RC bug count is rather high if we want to release as planned. So
lets start with the first online BSP of the BSP Marathon next weekend
(friday 2008-03-07 to sunday 2008-03-09).
The BSP will be coordinated on the #debian-bugs channel on
irc.debian.org (OFTC) and will be focused on:
- Fixing release critical FTBFS bugs 
- Fixing python2.5 and gcc-4.3 migration problems  
- Doing first upgrade tests and report bugs.
I hope to see you all there fixing bugs and want to remind you that
there is still a 0-day NMU (Non-Maintainer Upload) policy active: RC
(Release Critical) bugs and Release Goal bugs that are at least 7 days
old without maintainer reaction can be NMUed without delay. Please do
test your patches, only fix bugs that are already filed to the BTS (Bug
Tracking System) when you NMU, send your NMU patch to the BTS and be
nice to the maintainer of the package you NMU.
So, see you soon on #debian-bugs!
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