Re: Why you need not upload with urgency=high for the freeze
On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 02:20, Adeodato Simó <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> * Sandro Tosi [Tue, 22 Jul 2008 16:47:00 +0200]:
>> Thanks for clarifying this! I would have asked sooner or later if you
>> hadn't said explicitly. Do you think worth write some sort of FAQ
>> about these things, a document that can be published on
>> release.debian.org to advertise us? We do not release so often, so
>> something to "remind" how things go on could be helpful.
> Well, the release updates have been the traditional place to document
> this, but if we end up with many things to say, a document in release.d.o
> may be indeed wiser. I'll keep it in mind!
Thanks for considering.
>> Additionally, how NEW packages are handled? Pkgs in NEW now, if
>> accepted, would be allowed to migrate in testing?
> Hm, good question, and I have not an answer ready at the moment, will
> have to wait a few days. Though unless you're planning a NEW upload that
> could be reduced to a non-NEW upoad, the answer doesn't really affect
Well, I got a package in NEW (libpkg-guide) and I'd like to see it
shipped in Lenny, but it was more a general question about Release
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