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Re: ABI-changing kernel security fixes for sarge

* Andres Salomon (dilinger@debian.org) [050323 20:00]:
> On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 13:30:38 +0000, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> > * Humberto Massa <humberto.massa@almg.gov.br> [2005-03-23 10:25]:
> >> Important question: is sarge *really* being released in the next 1 or 2
> >> months?  If not, there is no good reason not to do this. All the other
> >> stuff that is going on in sarge can be done in parallel with this, and
> >> d-i won't be the bottleneck.
> > 
> > The work should be done in unstable anyway.  Once it's completed and
> > sarge is not out yet, people might plan another d-i rc.

> Once it's completed and sarge not out yet, if another d-i rc is planned, I
> will be pushing for a newer kernel in sarge (again).  One gets tired of
> hearing "we're close to releasing, you can't do that!" over and over
> again, without an actual release.  I sincerely hope sarge is ready in 1-2
> months.

I currently consider the kernel ABI-change the slowest part we (may)
need to finish for release.

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