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Re: Finding a tentative bullseye release date

On 18/07/2021 00:24, Donald Norwood wrote:

On 7/17/21 4:58 PM, Steve McIntyre wrote:
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
Works for me for images team

21 August (last day of DebCamp)
	RT: elbrus
Awkward - wife has plans for us that evening.
Half of the press team is available this day so it is not ideal.
Sorry - away
28 August (DebConf)
	RT: elbrus
Debian UK BBQ, argh
away at ^^

4 September
	RT: elbrus
Labor day weekend in the U.S. Not a good weekend.
Works fine for me
doable - Isy and I will be unavailable before 1300hrs UTC
11 September:
	RT: elbrus
That's the week of my wedding anniversary, I'll be on VAC.
Happy Anniversary!
Works for me

Could we put forth September 18th? We are good for that day without any
Works for me

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