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Re: RFD: Draft for a volatile.d.o policy

On Mon, Oct 11, 2004 at 06:48:00PM -0500, John Hasler wrote:
> Sven Mueller writes:
> > Say a new open source network security scanner enters the world, and it
> > works well when compiled against Debian stable, we might want to add it
> > to v.d.o even though it wasn't available when the last stable
> > distribution was released.  Or a new version of clamav is released, which
> > sadly breaks compatibility, so we rename it to clamav2 and it can still
> > be released through v.d.o, similarly to exim4 entering debian alongside
> > exim a while ago.
> Those things belong in the non-existent backports.debian.org, not in
> volatile.debian.org.

The former yes, the later might go to v.d.o.

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