Re: Update on "upload of GNOME 2.6 to unstable" status
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Sebastien Bacher wrote:
> > It seems pretty simple to me. You're saying it's in a state such that it
> > can replace gnome 2.4, which has already gone from unstable to testing.
> > There is, however, no proof of that, and thus there's risk of something
> > breaking.
> Please read the end of my mail. I'm saying that we don't need to fix
> gnome2.4 packages (they have not changed for weeks/months), so we can
> put gnome2.6 in unstable, lock it by filling RC bugs on glib/gtk and see
> if all go as fine as expected.
And what is with external (non-GNOME) stuff depending on gtk/atk/etc.?
It would be held up then regardless of whether they fix important or even
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