Re: The unrealistic release update
Thomas Hood <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Tue, 2004-04-27 at 12:46, Adrian Bunk wrote:
>> On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 08:33:59AM +0100, J.D. Thomas Hood wrote:
>> > It would be much better if you [...] helped to get the release out.
>> It's simply frustrating if you think that the overall way the release
>> is planned will badly fail, and if you work on a detail here or there,
>> it doesn't has a significant an influence on the whole release.
> Even if the release doesn't happen your work doesn't go to waste --
Unless your not a DD and you submit patches and noone cares and they
just bitrot away till they are useless.
See util-linux for example. Its RC bugs too.
> it improves the quality of unstable and testing. Stay tuned, though:
> we may see changes to release management as a result of the "Social
> Contract GR's Affect on sarge" flamewar.
Its a nice Dream but I haven't seen any big changes happening in
Debian due to a flamewar, or at all.