Re: Skipping the slink freeze and work on Debian 2.2 instead
Brian White wrote:
> It would be nice if this were possible, but it doesn't work in practice.
> There are some many pieces in the system that there is no way that all
> of it will become "stable enough". The only choice remaining (that I can
> see) is to announce the freeze way in advance so people know when its
> coming and can plan for it. However, nobody seems to plan for it, so
This has been done and people did notice this. You can see this in the
number of bugs fixed and packages uploaded around the time time the freeze
should have taken place.
After a week most things went back to normal - judging the unstable
distribution which - by accident or something - still is the one that
ought to be frozen.
The only stupid question is the unasked one.