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Re: etch release target: SELinux?? (was: Re: Bits (Nybbles?) from the Vancouver release team meeting)

On Tue, Apr 12, 2005 at 03:24:48AM -0400, Joey Hess wrote:
> Kevin Mark wrote:
> > > Given the fact that the current standard installation installs both gcc, 
> > > gdb and other development packages weighting more than that (see #301138, 
> > > which nobody wants to fix) 
> > Sorry to interupt, just got a stupid idea, if as Javier suggests, there
> > are bugs that no one wants to fix, why not try an idea called a 'bounty'
> If you'll read the log to #301138, you'll see not much evidence of not
> wanting to fix it now, and a lot of evidence of people who want to fix
> it, but do not care to make such a large change and destabilise what
> sarge installs this close to a release.
> -- 
> see shy jo
Hi Joey,
I did not delve into the details of what you suggests is a change that
would seriously affect Sarge and its release schedule. I was just
thinking about possible other means to get years old bugs or other
release stoppers from getting some looking at. If a tee-shirt with 'I
fixed the oldest bug in Debian, and all I got was this lousey tee-shirt'
helps to motivate folks -- great by me! And great for our users and

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