Re: Best Practices on testing-proposed-updates vs unstable vs experimental after testing freeze
On 25/06/12 06:07, YunQiang Su wrote:
> 1. upload 2.0 to experimental, and unstable users should install it manually.
This is usually the right answer: if version 1.0 is intended to go in
the next Debian release, it should get as much testing as possible,
which means it should be the default for unstable users.
> And I am also confused by the connection of proposed-updates and updates.
Updates to stable or testing aren't "official" until the release team
has acknowledged them. You discuss the update with the release team,
then (if they approve) upload to *-proposed-updates. The release team
review the update and copy it to *-updates.