Re: Two suggestions for woody release
I demand that Keith G. Murphy may or may not have written...
> The useability of stable has long been hampered by the fact that AFAIK
> there's no ((semi-?)official) way for a Debian developer to:
> * Add a package (possibly held up prior by an RC bug)
> * Apply a (possibly trivial) bug fix (non-security-related) to a package
> and make the update available to users of stable.
Perhaps packages.d.o should cover security and possibly also
potato-proposed-updates? That way, users of stable could look to see what's
changed without having to wait for the next release or add p-p-u to their
No doubt some will clamour for the next stable release because they can more
easily see what's in it... ;-)
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