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Simple policy question...

Okay, I know that before 1.3 was released, for a long time period the only
changes that were being accepted were updates that fixed bugs.  Updates that
only provided new features were not allowed.

Now that 1.3 has "shipped", are updates allowed to replace old packages, or
are replacment packages still only allowed that fix specific bugs?  (In
particular I'm wondering whether we will see Xemacs 19-15 and XFree 3.3 in


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