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Re: Planning for final lenny point release (5.0.10)

"Adam D. Barratt" <adam@adam-barratt.org.uk> writes:

> On Mon, 2011-12-12 at 23:05 +0000, Adam D. Barratt wrote:
>> Working on the four-monthly schedule for oldstable, the next lenny point
>> release would be due in early February.
>> As the security team have recently confirmed that security support for
>> lenny will end on February 6th (a year after the release of squeeze) it
>> makes sense to schedule 5.0.10 to be after that date and make it the
>> final roll-up point release for lenny.
> So, security EOL for lenny has now passed.  We're in sync with the
> security archive and the only missing packages are
> openjdk-6/{alpha,ia64} and opie/{arm,armel}.  AIUI the chances of those
> ever building are remote but, given that we've nothing to lose we might
> as well go ahead and accept them in to o-p-u and see what happens[tm].
> I can't see any outstanding o-p-u package bugs in the BTS.  If there's
> any I missed on the list, please yell.
> -kernel, -boot - were there any plans for a final kernel and/or d-i
> upload for lenny?  If so we need to get those sorted asap.
> In terms of scheduling for the point release itself, the current
> suggestions are:
> 25-26/2 - Steve's not available for CDs
> 3-4/3 - Cambridge BSP.  Should be do-able as long as I can get decent
> connectivity at the right time. :-)
> 10-11/3 - Joerg mentioned he's not available on the Sunday, but that's
> only really an issue if stuff breaks and it then transpires that Mark's
> also unavailable to help fix the world.
> Thoughts / preferences / anything I missed?
> Cheers,
> Adam

Should ia32-libs be updated?


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