Hi, On Donnerstag, 19. August 2010, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote: > I am sure we fix whatever we believe is most important to fix at the > moment, and I work on this and other things and you work on what you > believe is most important to have fixed. I dont think this will lead to a good result (=release) in good time. (If everybody just works on what she/he thinks is useful...) Rather we should coordinate and follow an agreed plan. > Slow booting LTSP clients is a critical issue for Debian Edu/Squeeze, > as it cause schools to not upgrade to the new version when it is > released. I dont think the numbers you posted are slow, esp. not if compared with real world windows installations. > There are heaps of critical issues to work on, so there is > enough work for everyone. If "everything" is considered criticial and thus being fixed, we loose track of the "really" critical things. Also, a too high flow of changes prevents meaningful testing. cheers, Holger
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