Slink and Potato (was Re: Filesystem and archive changes)
Joseph Carter said:
> Slink is down to around 50 bugs, it's time to start talking about what we
> want to do with potato.
Slink was supposed to be frozen in mid-October, to be released in
mid-November, so it could be out and available by now. We've had a
bumpy freeze (like usual), and now it's mid-December.
I'm afraid that if we start concentrating on potato, those last 50 bugs
will not go away, and slink won't get out the door.
I suggest a hard-date be set for the near future (say, Jan 1 1999), a
push be made to fix those last, remaining bugs before that time, and
the release be made then.
-Then- we can worry about potato without a problem.
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