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Re: changelog says unstable

On Mon, Oct 27, 1997 at 12:46:42PM +0100, Santiago Vila Doncel wrote:
> Hamish Moffatt:
> > Question; the changelog for packages in hamm says unstable
> > (because the maintainers specified that); how does it change
> > to stable for release?
> It doesn't. 
> When changelog says "unstable", it means "the current unstable" at the
> time the package is uploaded to master.
> [ Perhaps using "buzz", "bo" or "hamm" would be more appropiate?
>   I'm thinking about sync problems with the other Debian ports,
>   in particualr when a distribution get frozen... ]

So how does a developer denote hamm/non-free or hamm/contrib -- i
the hamm assumed in these cases?

Hamish Moffatt, StudIEAust              hamish@debian.org, hmoffatt@mail.com
Student, computer science & computer systems engineering.    3rd year, RMIT.
http://hamish.home.ml.org/ (PGP key here)             CPOM: [*****     ] 58%
The opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth.  --Bohr

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