Re: On syncing freeze dates with other distributions
Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> I also think that we should be looking at when we freeze not
> merely at when a derived distro freezes, but when major system
> components release, and when top level sister distributions freeze
> (we'll get far more benefit for Debian users were we to sync up with
> fedora/rhel; and have more clout with upstream, especially if Ubuntu
> sync's up with Debian/red hat as well).
Ack. It makes *mucH* more sense for use to keep in sync with fedora/rhel than
with Ubuntu. Especially Fedora tries out the very latest funky stuff, it is
often really worth the work to have a look what they're doing. At the end this
will help Ubuntu, too - if they manage to change their freeze time to an
appropriate date similar to the one of Debian.
Bernd Zeimetz Debian GNU/Linux Developer
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