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Re: Finding a tentative bullseye release date

On Sat, Jul 17, 2021 at 10:25:17PM +0200, Paul Gevers wrote:
>Hi all,
>On 11-07-2021 21:11, Paul Gevers wrote:
>> With less than three weeks to go until the tentative release date, I
>> would love to confirm the date by now, but there is a serious issue with
>> crucial infrastructure (cdbuilder.d.o). Apart from this issue (and what
>> it means for solving the debian-installer blocking issues in time), I'm
>> not aware of other blocking issues, so let's hope the teams involved can
>> recover in time.
>Albeit there is some progress, we think it better for the people
>involved to now say that we will *not* release on July 31.
>Unfortunately, that means that we have to start looking for a new date
>again. Assuming what we'll learn in the upcoming week or two is good, I
>propose to already start the list below with two weeks after the
>previous date. Upcoming time is around DebConf, I can imagine it could
>even be an advantage, especially as that's on-line, let's see.
>14 August (day before DebCamp)

Works for me for images team

>21 August (last day of DebCamp)
>	RT: elbrus

Awkward - wife has plans for us that evening.

>28 August (DebConf)
>	RT: elbrus

Debian UK BBQ, argh

>4 September
>	RT: elbrus

Works fine for me

>11 September:
>	RT: elbrus

That's the week of my wedding anniversary, I'll be on VAC.

Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK.                                steve@einval.com
"We're the technical experts.  We were hired so that management could
 ignore our recommendations and tell us how to do our jobs."  -- Mike Andrews

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