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Re: Bug#97671: 88 Priority violations in woody

On Wed, May 01, 2002 at 02:43:00PM +0200, Santiago Vila wrote:
> The current system gives the user the freedom to install the package from
> incoming.debian.org (if it's not a crypto package). If we delayed the
> closing message, users would not have that freedom.

I really don't follow. Does the current message tell the user to get stuff
from http://incoming.debian.org/, and if not, why not? If not, how would
delaying closing messages until mirror run time in any way stop the user
who knew about the incoming (queue/accepted) directory availability from
getting their packages right that instant?

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