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[amacater@einval.com: Re: Finding a tentative bullseye release date]

----- Forwarded message from "Andrew M.A. Cater" <amacater@einval.com> -----

Date: Sun, 18 Jul 2021 11:08:43 +0000
From: "Andrew M.A. Cater" <amacater@einval.com>
To: debian-boot@lists.debian.org
Subject: 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)
> 21 August (last day of DebCamp)
> 	RT: elbrus
> 28 August (DebConf)
> 	RT: elbrus
> 4 September
> 	RT: elbrus
> 11 September:
> 	RT: elbrus
> Paul

Count me for the same as Sledge and Andy Simpkings as far as the 28th goes
and I can't do anything without them. If we do have to postpone until Sept.
it'll be a shame but, hey, it's summer and stuff happens.

All best, as ever,

Andy C.

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