On Thu, May 28, 1998 at 11:52:31AM -0700, The Gecko wrote: > I thought, in general, Debian came out every few months with a new > release. The delay with 2.0 was glibc6 and Red Hat is faster with that > because they pay their programmers. After 2.0 is released, we should > probably be able to count on Debian going back to it's frequent release > cycle... I do hope so. I still think my ideas might be helpful in making sure that thinks like the FHS upgrade don't slow us down. Of course, something I haven't yet said is that all packages depended on or recommended by a package would need to make stable before a package could be stable, but that goes without saying.
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