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Re: Longer maintainance for (former) stable releases of Debian (Re: Dreamhost dumps Debian)

On Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 05:31:26PM +0200, Ondřej Surý wrote:
> So properly maintaining our stable/oldstable is a mandatory first step into
> being
> able to provide even longer support for random release we start to call the
> LTS.
> Whether we achieve that by throwing more manpower into the bunch, or
> splitting
> the archive into KEY packages (as defined in recent d-d-a email) and non-KEY
> packages, is different matter.

So that means my question/suggestion is valid even for the non-LTS case, doesn't it?

Michael Meskes
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