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Bug#762194: Summary:Re: Bug#762194: Proposal for upgrades to jessie (lendows 1)

On 2014-11-29 21:30, Steve Langasek wrote:
Debian releases when it's ready. If large numbers of our users are going to have a bad experience with jessie as a result of being switched to systemd, then we should take appropriate steps to address that, even if that means
unfreezing the installer.

Sure. But where is the evidence for that? Is there a bug that has been agreed upon to be RC?

I am not saying that making init systems a choice in the installer is the right solution here; I don't think that it is. But I also don't think that
the release freeze can reasonably be an argument against it.

Not even the release freeze, rather the d-i freeze. Unless this is RC for d-i, that is.

Kind regards
Philipp Kern

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