[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Re: [debian-devel] Re: [debian-devel] Re: The stable/testing/unstable branches not a solution ?

A levelezőm azt hiszi, hogy Dominique Devriese a következőeket írta:
> Magos  writes:
> > Hi!  A levelezőm azt hiszi, hogy Scott James Remnant a következőeket
> > írta:
> >> I quite admire the way GNOME are doing releases these days; "we
> >> release on this date, if your code isn't in, it's in the next
> >> release."
> >>
> >> Seems to be working well for them.
> > Let's do the same.
> I disagree.  The most problematic packages wrt moving into testing are
> large, complicated sets of packages like the KDE things.  E.g. it
> would be completely ridiculous for sarge to release with KDE 2 still
> in place, and with the GNOME release scheme as detailed above, chances
> are much higher of that happening.

If we won't delay release because KDE:
-those who want to stick to stable will still have to use KDE 2,
 so they see no difference
-those who want to use newer KDE still have to use unstable, so
 they also see no difference
-KDE maintainers will know that there is a time limit, so they
 might feel more pressure to do their work. It has a positive
 impact on their users.
-those who need some newer version of some other software, can
 use it from stable, so they have a positive impact

GNU GPL: csak tiszta forrásból

Reply to: