Re: GNOME 2.6 definitely not ready for unstable
On Sun, May 23, 2004 at 01:36:15AM +0300, Martin-Éric Racine wrote:
> Today, Rhythmbox 0.8.4 entered unstable, with rather unpleasant consequences: I
> cannot use it, because it insists upon trying to access /dev/dsp directly.
> This is a tiny example, but it clearly shows that transition from GNOME 2.4 to
> GNOME 2.6 is not sufficiently rehearsed to know which packages can enter
> unstable in what order. Back to the drawing board!
What does a new upstream release of rhythmbox have to do with GNOME 2.6?
Rhythmbox was not even submitted for inclusion in GNOME 2.8 yet, AFAIK.
It's definetely not part of GNOME 2.6.