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Re: why is Ardour pretty outdated in stable and not in testing?

Grammostola Rosea wrote:

> Fabian Greffrath wrote:
>> Grammostola Rosea schrieb:
>>> 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...
>> You don't seem to understand the Debian release policy. Once a stable
>> version has been released, there is zero chance that another package
>> will be added. The only chance for ardour to be part of a stable
>> Debian release is Squeeze, not Lenny.
> I understand it. But my point still is there...
> Also maybe Debian can be a bit less conservative when such a core app is
> not in stable and stable releases go out the door after years! I guess
> some packages are added in Etch after a while.
> But main point is, that Ardour should hit testing after a while.

BTW, ardour migrated to testing yesterday.


  Felipe Sateler

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