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Re: Bit from the Release Team: I think I feel a song coming on... Yodel-ay-hee-hoo!

Ik had die website bekeken maar het leek vooral over alarm systemen te gaan. Die camera met recorder die sebas en ik hadden uitgekozen was volgens ons wel een goede keus voor het afgesproken budget. Wat mij betreft mag je die wel bestellen.

Groet, Fili

On 5 mei 2013, at 03:16, "Adam D. Barratt" <adam@adam-barratt.org.uk> wrote:

> Hi,
> As you may already know, we've passed responsibility for Wheezy to the
> Stable Release Managers; in other words, we've released!
> As usual, there are too many people who need to be thanked for their
> work on getting us to this point to list them all individually, and we'd
> be sure to miss some.  Nevertheless, we'd like to particularly thank the
> installer team, the buildd and ftp teams, the CD team, the press team,
> the webmasters, the Release Notes editors, porters and all the package
> maintainers and translators who have contributed to making Wheezy a
> great release of which we should all be proud.
> First point release
> ===================
> As was the case for Squeeze, we anticipate that the first point release
> for Wheezy will likely occur in approximately a month's time. That has
> yet to be finalised, but we hope to be able to confirm the plans soon.
> Please co-ordinate fixes which you would like to see included in the
> point release with the Stable Release Team via a "pu" bug against the
> release.debian.org pseudopackage, including a debdiff of the current and
> proposed source packages.
> Jessie!
> =======
> The release of Wheezy also means that you can now upload to unstable
> those changes you've been holding off during the freeze.  Please don't
> rush to upload everything all at once, in order to reduce load on the
> buildds etc.  Automatic testing migration is not yet re-enabled, but
> that will happen during the next day or so.
> As for Squeeze, we'd ask that you co-ordinate particularly large
> transitions or changes; if your plans involve major toolchain changes or
> otherwise have the potential to cause problems in unstable for a long
> time (e.g. due to FTBFS issues), please talk to us.  We know that there
> are a large number of changes which have been waiting for the release to
> happen and we're keen not to stand in the way of those but would also
> like to avoid a number of larger transitions becoming entangled.
> In terms of expected larger changes, the Apache, KDE and GNOME teams
> have been staging new upstream releases in experimental. We anticipate
> requests for those releases to be moved to unstable soon. The toolchain
> maintainers are also planning a move to gcc 4.8.
> That's it for now; it's time for the celebrations to begin, whether at a
> Release Party[PARTY] or otherwise. :-)
> Adam, Neil, and your Debian Wheezy Release Team
> [PARTY] http://wiki.debian.org/ReleasePartyWheezy

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