Re: XFree86-3.3.3 is really not in slink?
> Code freezes are announced to the general public (why? I don't know, but
> also I don't know why not).
Well, it'd be kinda hard for a freeze to go ahead without *some* mention of it
slipping into debian-devel... which is a publicly list. It's obvious on the
ftp server. Any number of places.
> What should be done about this, if anything? Shorter freeze periods would be
> difficult. Not announcing code freezes to the general public would also not
> be a very good solution.
How would you keep it a secret?