Re: Planned packages for sarge
> > Free incentive for d-i to be the default for sarge and done on-time:
> > any architecture that can't be installed using d-i will be dropped
> > from sarge N months after d-i is working on i386.
> Sounds a lot more like a threat than an incentive.
Before we start again the never ending "Why should 95% of users
wait for some exotic architechture to catch up", how about releasing
sarge/i386 when d-i is pretty workable, and other architechtures
when they catch up?
Or do you seriously think that releasing sarge for christmas 2003
does good for debian?
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