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Re: DDP CVS commit by robster: ddp/manuals.sgml/release-notes Tag: sarge rele ...



On Tue, Mar 16, 2004 at 08:48:43AM -0700, DDP CVS wrote:
> CVSROOT:	/cvs/debian-doc
> Module name:	ddp
> Changes by:	robster	04/03/16 08:48:43
> 
> Modified files:
> 	manuals.sgml/release-notes: Tag: sarge release-notes.ent 
> 
> Log message:
> 	Inital sarge changes. I'm going to guess that sarge is going to be 3.1.
> 	However we will have to wait and see what the release cabal says =)
> 

This was today on #debian-boot:
(my timezone is UTC+0100)

07:04 < Boogle> mait, you can check em out at: http://sloth.voxel.net/~joshk/d-i-logos/ ;)
07:08 < Boogle> Alessandro Polverini and Adrea Mottola,
                have written "Debian 'Sarge' GNU/Linux _3.0_".
                Do you think it was done on purpose (and will be change when the version no.
                is determined), or should I email them?
07:09 < mait> or email debian-boot
07:12 < aj> "Debian GNU/Linux - sarge beta3" or "Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 (woody)" would be better formatting anyway imo
07:14 < joshk> aj: oi, so what will be the new version number?
07:14 < joshk> need there be a GR on this? :)
07:15 < mait> pi
07:15 < aj> i don't like giving out version numbers early because people seem to like using them early...
07:15 < aj> until it's released, sarge doesn't have a version number
07:15 < gravity> Give it a codenumber or something.
07:15 < gravity> Debian one billion
07:15 < aj> sqrt(-1) ?
07:15 < gravity> Even better
07:16 < dilinger> aj: change it randomly.  that would fuck w/ people who use the version numbers too early
07:16 < aj> 3.0+i ?
07:16 < joshk> ehehe
07:16 < aj> 3.0 + \delta ?
07:16 < aj> maybe 3.0 + \Delta
07:16 < gravity> It's too bad buzz has passed. That could have been infinity
07:17 < Boogle> :)
07:17 < joshk> hmm
07:23 < joeyh> someone told me of a package that was already claiming to be part of debian 3.1
07:24 < holycow> btw...
07:24 < holycow> the d-i logos look superb
07:24 < holycow> i love the red white and black
07:24 < holycow> wonderfull
07:24 < Boogle> Hehehe, maybe the no. 9. Doctor's Orders: Another relic from the Army days.
                A pill known as Number 9 was a laxative given out by army doctors.


Cheers
Geert Stappers

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