Re: why is Ardour pretty outdated in stable and not in testing?
Free Ekanayaka wrote:
But that doesn't really solve the problem imo. The problem is solved
when Ardour in unstable hit testing and then stable after a while. Now
it seems to be stuck in unstable...
|--==> On Wed, 25 Mar 2009 14:31:38 +0100, Vincent Danjean <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
VD> Grammostola Rosea wrote:
>>I read this on the Debian multimedia mailinglist:
>>>Unfortunately lenny was already freezed by that time, and although
>>>both of the above updates were really safe (IMO) and despite all the
>>>efforts I and especially Reinhard put into convincing the release
>>>managers, we are unable to convince them to accept the updates in
>>>I personally felt very disappointed by all this, especially
>>>considering that lenny got out *2* months later.
>>Please some reactions on this issue and I hope it can be solved! Would
>>be great! :)
VD> IMHO, the best thing to do in these cases is to prepare lenny backports of
VD> the packages...
VD> It is not as good as if the packages were in lenny, but it allows lenny users
VD> to easily install the packages without switching to testing or waiting for
VD> the next release.
A backport for Lenny is available in the 64 Studio repositories, see:
Also the backport is an 64studio repo, people expect Lenny backports to
be in the Lenny backports...