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Re: Ubuntu discussion at planet.debian.org

On Fri, Oct 22, 2004 at 10:28:29PM -0500, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> 	This is a fallacy.  In the past, when we did freeze unstable,
>  it never forced me to do anything but twidle my thumbs for months
>  until things got moving again. The reason that freezing unstable did
>  not make me fix any more bugs, since the bugs were not in packages I
>  was in any way an expert in.
> 	Freezes just used to be a frustrating, prolonged period in
>  which I did no Debian work at all, waiting for unstable to thaw back
>  out.

And why not, instead of freezing unstable, make it build against
testing, when er try to freeze testing ? Okay, that's what t-p-u is
roughly for, but the fact is that it's quite painful.


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