Re: Finding a tentative bullseye release date
On Fri, May 28, 2021 at 10:17:55PM +0200, Paul Gevers wrote:
> Hi all,
> On 24-04-2021 00:41, Donald Norwood wrote:
> > Indeed, from this and the last few posts in the discussion it reads that
> > perhaps June is the better option for the 'timed' ready when ready
> > release date.
> The progress of fixing the blocking issues in the debian-installer is
> good enough to start thinking again about a tentative bullseye release
> date (see for more details in the quote below). Assuming all goes well
> with RC2 and RC3, we'd be looking at the following candidate release dates:
> 26 June
> 3 July
> 10 July
> 17 July
> 24 July
Any of the above, I think - I only help with the image testing anyway - I
hang around with the smart people like a rock drummer hangs around with
> Can you let us know which date work for you and which don't?
> > I think it would allow for extra care to be given in the areas needed
> > and would as Paul suggested allow the larger community to pull
> > together to help resolve some of the issues.
> The installer team needs everybody's help to test the d-i release
> candidates, to see if the issues that are being solved now are handled
> correctly across as many different machines as possible. If anybody has
> better ideas than the wiki page that kibi suggested in his e-mail below,
> then let us know. Otherwise I'll probably see if I can set up something
> like that shortly.
ACK This is really important and we can always do with testers and good