Re: Release sprint results - team changes, auto-rm and arch status
* Niels Thykier <email@example.com>, 2013-11-28, 21:04:
Starting today, all non-key packages with RC bugs in Jessie for more than 15
days will be considered for auto-removal, even if they have reverse
dependencies. This also means that the removal of these packages will cause
the removal of all their reverse dependencies.
I can see these headlines:
Jessie, The Smallest Debian Release Since Potato.
We believe that it should be acceptable for most uploads to unstable to be
uploaded with medium urgency, to reduce the delay for testing migrations.
Huh. §5.6.7 says that Urgency “is a description of how important it is to
upgrade to this version from previous ones”. How can possibly RT decide that
from now on it's more important to upgrade most packages?