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Re: Bits from the Release Team - Kicking off Wheezy

* Marc 'HE' Brockschmidt (he@ftwca.de) [110502 09:12]:
> Pierre Habouzit <madcoder@madism.org> writes:
> >   - PPA should focus on:
> >       * co-installability when endurable;
> >       * documented and working rollback to unstable (IOW downgrading a
> >         package to unstable when co-installability is not possible
> >         should work well enough, idealy using pinning and apt, but a
> >         documented procedure is good enough too).
> Wait, that's a completely orthogonal problem. Rollbacks of package
> upgrades is unsupported generally, trying to solve this at the same time
> as the PPA issue is a bad idea. There's no reason to connect these
> things.

One could say "from packages in ppa it is expected that they have
appropriate prerm-scripts to make that work". Doesn't mean it will
always do, but sounds good to me.


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