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Re: Release team for etch?

* Sebastian Ley (sebastian@withouthat.org) [050611 12:17]:
> Am Samstag, 11. Juni 2005 07:43 schrieb Steve Langasek:
> > I'm also not really convinced that a 12-month release cycle is actually a
> > good idea at this point -- in terms of either setting believable
> > expectations, or what users of stable actually want (clearly anyone who
> > stuck with woody for three years and is now upgrading to sarge doesn't see
> > quick release cycles as a sticking point), or having a reasonable
> > development cycle that lets us advance etch to where we want it to be after
> > sarge having been largely frozen for the past year.
> I totally agree. Long release cycles with continued security support is a 
> major asset for many people using debian.

For that reason, I consider something like 18 months as target (that we
also meet :) a good idea.

However, we're getting too much in a discussion-style here, so I set
F'up2 d-d.


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