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Re: Bits (Nybbles?) from the Vancouver release team meeting

On Tue, 15 Mar 2005 10:45:45 +1000, Anthony Towns
<aj@azure.humbug.org.au> wrote:
>Once you get over giggling at the phrasing (or maybe that's just me), 
>there're a few answers. The ones that come to my mind are:
>  (a) Just build against testing/stable instead of unstable; when etch 
>happens, fix up any remaining problems, and release a snapshot that more 
>or less matches etch. Rinse, repeat.
>  (b) Just build against unstable, until you get bored. Then stop, clean 
>up some stuff and do some basic testing, then release a snapshot.
>  (c) Something else
>Note that it's the porters who'll have to make that call. If you do it 
>well, your port could even end up better supported than i386.

Is there support from the Debian infrastructure for (a)? If yes,
please amend the Vancouver Document which currently says that (b) is
the only option. If no, please stop joking.


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