Re: Debian IS for the enterprise (Was: Debian Enterprise?)
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- Subject: Re: Debian IS for the enterprise (Was: Debian Enterprise?)
- From: Henning Makholm <email@example.com>
- Date: 01 Dec 2003 08:59:29 +0000
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Scripsit Philip Brown <email@example.com>
> postfix is a clearly recognized leading mail program
> KDE is a clearly recognized leading desktop system
> Neither one would realistically be targetted for removal.
> It's all the miscellaneous also-ran junk that would be targetted, I would
But which "miscellaneous also-ran junk" is actually holding up the
release? As far as I understand, what you speak of is the packages
where the release manager's policy should *already* be "drop from
testing rather than wait for RC bugs to be fixed".
The subset of the "miscellaneous also-ran junk" that is not actually
buggy in testing will not harm anyone by being distributed.
Henning Makholm "I have seen men with a *fraction* of
your trauma pray to their deity for death's
release. And when death doesn't arrive immediately,
they reject their deity and begin to beg to another."