AW: New "af" package ready for upload
I don't have the FAQ, but I think if there are problem with stability it
should go into experimental. Otherwise I see no problems putting it into
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>Von: Malc Arnold[SMTP:email@example.com]
>Gesendet: Dienstag, 18. Februar 1997 20:52
>An: Debian Developers
>Betreff: New "af" package ready for upload
>I've been working on a Debian package of a GPLed mail reader I've
>written (on a Debian system lately, so I thought a Debian package was
>appropriate). I've got a package of the latest beta-release ready,
>but I have one question and a request for comments before I upload it.
>Being a beta-release, should this go into "contrib" or "unstable"?
>The FAQ implies that beta-releases should go into contrib, but
>there are already several betas in the main 1.2 distribution (vm
>and tkmail spring to mind). Is their presence a bug? Or is my copy
>of the FAQ seriously out-of-date?
>Secondly, I thought I'd announce the pending upload beforehand, so
>that people have a chance to make any comments.
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