On Thu, Aug 27, 1998 at 03:36:59PM +0200, Martin Schulze wrote: > Michael Bramer wrote: > > in short: no cd-set, no problem. > > I'm sorry but you seem to miss the point. We have to release a new revision > of Debian 2.0 containing security fixes. This revision needs a name which is > either 2.0.1 or 2.0 r1. So the current Version of Debian GNU/Linux is 2.0.1 > or 2.0 and the revision is 2.0.1 or 1, depending on which naming scheme you're > using. > > This new revision will be announced and a link on the ftp directory will > show that it is not plain and innocent 2.0 anymore. Yes, I understand. If we have to release a new revisision why not with a patch cd? > Thus cd vendors will be selling either plain 2.0 or 2.0 with local extensions > or one of the following revisions of 2.0. This will happen independed of us > making official cd sets or not. Thus no cd set -> no problem is simply wrong. > > Version 2.0.1 looks different to 2.0 revision 1 for regular users. > > Therefore I hope we'll have Debian 2.0 r1 soon and no 2.0.1. If we make a set, I see no problem with the "2.0 r1" solution. Grisu -- Michael Bramer - a Debian Certified Linux Developer http://www.debian.org PGP: finger email@example.com -- Linux Sysadmin -- Use Debian Linux "The Box said 'Windows NT or better', so I installed Debian Linux"
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