Re: Gnome to be removed from debian?
On Fri, Feb 12, 1999 at 05:52:52PM -0600, Ossama Othman wrote:
> > Mess is inevitable, and we have learned to live with it so far.
> > Inexperienced users have problems with it, but Debian's position
> > on the distribution dubbed unstable is defined.
> Indeed mess is inevitable. If we are going to distribute GNOME in Debian
> all we can do is try to minimize the mess (boy is that going to be a pain
> :). It'll be great once GNOME finally does become stable or even beta.
Well, once the freeze is enforced on potato, it will be a snap to
settle the GNOME apps down. Release manager will just say: "Okay,
boys and girls, we now have gnome-libs 1.x.y, recompile with it.
Anything else will be treated as a release critical bug."
One thing that I fear more, is the release of the new QT with the
DFSG free and GPL compliant licence. With Debian's well known
freezing process luck, that stampede will hit us just about when
the freeze starts :'(
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