Re: Keeping up to date during the freeze?
On 27/08/12 at 12:30 -0500, Gunnar Wolf wrote:
> I don't recall we have worked out how to keep ourselves from getting
> too much work updating our repositories once the freeze is over; at
> some release in the past, I recall we (or was it the Perl team?) kept
> the packages up to date, but uploaded only to Experimental.
> Right now, according to PET¹, our repository has 89 packages with
> newer upstream versions. I think we should not get the number grow too
> large - but, of course, we don't want to push Unstable away from
> Testing yet. What do you think? Should we continue uploading to
> Experimental? Or just focus on fixing stuff?
Erm, I know I not the best example, but maybe we should prioritize on
fixing our few remaining RC bugs?