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Re: ssh priority standard (?)

On Thu, May 25, 2000 at 01:54:07PM +0200, Santiago Vila wrote:
> > > Ok, but who decides about this?
> > > There are a lot of normal bugs against ftp.debian.org which surely will 
> > > not be fixed in potato,
> > 
> > Eh? Why can't this be left for woody?
> Because ftpd has been already downgraded from standard in potato.
> BTW: I think this is inconsistent: ftpd is downgraded but telnetd is not.
> Does anybody know the reason?

Probably because the other two ftpds are optional... which isn't correct
anyway but still helps :)

It's hard to pick the standard FTP daemon when all three of them have had
quite a few security holes in the past...

(do I sense a flamewar? :)

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