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Re: where do NEW packages go?

Marcus Brinkmann <Marcus.Brinkmann@ruhr-uni-bochum.de> immo vero scripsit:

> I was going to ignore the "this is release time" issue, but it has been
> repeated several times now, so I think it is appropriate to remind that this
> is the first time a release ever had such an effect on the whole of Debian.

My impression was that it was almost like this in potato time.
It's not the first time that ftpmasters have been publicly 
inactive (I don't know of a better word), and NEW processing 
have stalled, either.

And if I get the message right, unstable is meant to be unstable now,
and woody is "frozen" like it was in potato freeze. Packages in 
unstable will not make into woody, they need to be 
explicitly stated, to go to w-p-u, or uploaded with a note to

I thought that was the situation, since Apr 30 mail.

I might have gotten it wrong though.


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