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Re: Status of our wheezy release

On Sun, Sep 15, 2013 at 05:06:14PM +0200, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> [Wolfgang Schweer]
> > The Iceweasel issue is fixed; KDE is fixed exept for standalone and
> > roaming workstations used in other networks with proxy required but
> > no wpad.dat information found (at least needs testing). Wiki updated
> Note that I use Debian Edu Wheezy roaming workstation on my new Lenovo
> laptop, and it work just fine also on network without wpat.dat
> information.  So this is not a problem any more.
> [Holger Levsen]
> > So in my opinion we are ready to release,
> I agreee.
> > so I'd suggest we release beta2 tomorrow and then come up with a
> > timeline for the final release, ie prepare the manual with the final
> > changes, call for translation updates, update d-e- install &
> > d-e-doc, test the source image and the binaries ones and call it a
> > Debian Edu Wheezy release.
> Yeah.  Shall we say release in two weeks?
> > Or does someone see a reason not to?
> Nope, Everything seem to work a lot better than the Squeeze version,
> and good enough for me to use it every day. :)

Indeed. I report that I'm on production with wheezy since mid august
and it works rock solid.

> > P.S.: I'd be fine with releasing next weekend even, beta2 is not
> > much different than beta1 and if beta2 is good, the changes to d-e-i
> > and d-e-d are trivial.
> Nah, lets do beta2, to get the extra publicity.
> Who are up to writing the release announcement?
> -- 
> Happy hacking
> Petter Reinholdtsen



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