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Re: where do NEW packages go?

Jeroen Dekkers <jeroen@dekkers.cx> immo vero scripsit:

> > > You don't want to see it, do you? I want to know why this simple thing
> > > has to take more than 3 weeks.
> > 
> > What do you mean by "You don't want to see it?"
> That you don't want to see that waiting and nothing being able to
> continue development for more than 3 weeks is just bad.

dpkg was halting woody release, libc0.3 is not for woody.
This is Debian. Get it?

> How many seconds does it take to add those damn packages to the
> override file? Why can't just a Debian GNU/Hurd developer decide what
> goes into Debian GNU/Hurd and what not?

Try GNU/Hurd.
This is Debian.
Debian is going to be released. 
Release time is an "emergency", where people in Debian
are required to be concentrated on releasing something useful.

Please get a clue.


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