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Re: bits from the release team

Sven Luther wrote:
> Indeed. The d-i team usually says "no" outright to any kind of proposal of
> this kind, so it is up to the kernel team to come up with an implementation
> which convinces them :) The release team deserves to be informed about the
> possibility though.

Cite message-ids or irc logs please.

> Indeed, but you have only the sarge experience to go by, and taking the sarge
> experience on this is hardly fair to the huge amount the kernel team has
> devoted to streamline the process. Also, i don't really believe joeyh and fjp
> are really the relevant maintainers with regard to the debian kernel and its
> application, since they lack the vision of how things could go better, or more
> thruthfully, probably lack the time and motivation to think really about the
> issue, and why should they, it is the kernel team jobs :)

Understanding how the above paragraph could be perceived as insulting is
left as an exersise for the reader.

see shy jo

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