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Re: [2002-04-30] Release Status Update

On Tue, Apr 30, 2002 at 07:04:06PM +1000, Anthony Towns <aj@azure.humbug.org.au> was heard to say:
> So, the final automatic run of the testing scripts was today, and will
> be reflected in the next mirror pulse. From this point, we'll have
> manually approved security updates to some packages, and very little
> else, until release. Requests from the maintainer to remove packages
> that are unreleasable may be considered. Requests from the maintainter
> for an update to a package will generally be considered a request to
> remove the package.

  Am I correct that this means that people with shouldn't-go-into-woody
updates can start uploading them to unstable?  Or will that cause
problems for the release?

  (I don't have any such updates, I'm just curious)


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