On Mon, Aug 23, 2004 at 08:54:14PM +0200, Kaiser, Hans wrote: Hi Hans, the what is "in" testing and unstable will always change. Also, the code name of stable and testing will change. the code name of unstable will always be sid. when old current testing unstable stable stable NOW: slink woody sarge sid SOON: woody sarge etch sid FUTURE: sarge etch ??? sid > - how will the branch switch from Testing to newStable be realized? after everything in testing checks out, it will become the new stable. so, sarge will be the current stable which means it will have security updates and will no longer accept new packages. actually it has security updates now but I dont think is always the case. > - how can I tag my installation to a defined branch to stay on the > currentTesting, which will be equal at the release date with newStable? track 'sarge' > I do > not want, that my installation automatically moves from currentTesting to > newTesting after the releaseDay. Currently I have tagged my installation to > testing, should I switch the tag to sarge? yes! Go to the debian site, it is all explained there! -kev -- (__) (oo) /------\/ / | || * /\---/\ ~~ ~~ ...."Have you mooed today?"...
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