Re: Upcoming Debian Releases
Brian C. White writes:
> The following message is a list of items to be completed for the upcoming
> releases of Debian GNU/Linux. If something is missing, incorrect, or you want
> to take responsibility for one or more items, please send email to:
> Brian White <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> This document was last modified at Time-stamp: <97/02/11 13:07:50 bcwhite>
> If you're replying about some of the ideas mentioned in this document, it is
> often wise to change the subject to reflect that idea. This helps target
> those people who are most likely to partake in discussions about it.
> For each upcoming release, the name of the task and the person who has claimed
> responsibility for it (or "???" if nobody) is listed. An asterisk (*) in front
> means the job has yet to be completed and must be done before that release can
> be made "stable". A dash (-) in front means it has not yet been completed,
> but if not completed in time will just be pushed to the next release.
> Footnotes are indicated by "[n]" and give more information on that item.
> If you know of packages that do not conform to any of these tasks, please
> report it as a bug against those packages. If that task is marked as critical
> (i.e. with an asterisk "*"), then please let me know and I will mark the bug
> as critical.
> Critical bugs are those that you would seriously consider delaying the
> upcoming release because they are not fixed.
> Upcoming Dates
> Sat, Feb 1, 1997 -- Deadline for objectives for Bo
> Mon, Feb 3, 1997 -- Bugs older than 10 months (will be 12 months by release)
> will be marked as critical. People might want to start
> fixing/closing/forwarding these now to avoid the eventual
> "nag" messages.
What does 'nag' stand for?
> Thu, Feb 27, 1997 -- Bo will be frozen.
If I'm not mistaken, that's tomorrow.
So what's the new codename for the unstable release?
> Fri, Mar 28, 1997 -- Bo will be released.
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