Re: debian sarge is 3.2 or 4 ?
* Jaldhar H. Vyas (email@example.com) [050506 20:00]:
> On Fri, 6 May 2005, Marc Haber wrote:
> > Their fault for releasing a book about unreleased software which is
> > bound to be outdated the day that sarge will actually release.
> Uh-uh and when will that day be? And don't give me any of that "when it
> is ready" nonsense. The release version number was ready a long time ago.
> The problem isn't a concern for quality, it is people like you and Andrea
> who don't follow process, who don't contribute when the actual decisions
> are being made, but who come out of the woodwork at the last minute with
> dumb attempts at tinkering. That's why Debian has found it so hard to
Actually, my experience with Marc is quite positive. He is one of the
maintainers who actually cares about the state of his packages in sarge
very much, and tries to bring them into the best possible shape.
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