Re: list what's in the NEW queue?
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On Fri, Feb 04, 2005 at 12:40:02AM -0800, Steve Langasek wrote:
> > > It works and is available from dak.ganneff.de. And the packages
> > > is used on several archives now. Its just not out of NEW atm.
> > So, let's *guess* ...
> > * -release decided to stop processing NEW ... we still have this thing
> > called debian-devel-announce, you know?
> Er, as flattering as it might be to suppose that the release team can
> unilaterally decide to stop NEW processing, it's at least as
> insulting to presume that we wouldn't have told people about it via
> debian-devel-announce, y'know?
Whilst no insult was meant, it _still_ _looks like_ a silent decision.
My apologies if insult was taken,