Hi, On Dienstag, 9. Februar 2016, Raphael Hertzog wrote: > My personal preference is also at the end of the month. But I believe that > Ben sort of officially declared end of support for the squeeze kernel > already. Ben has "just" closed a lot of linux bugs which only affected 2.6.32 with a note saying "Debian 6.0 Long Term Support has now ended, and the 'linux-2.6' source package will no longer be updated. This bug is being closed on the assumption that it does not affect the kernel versions in newer Debian releases. If you can still reproduce this bug in a newer release, please reopen the bug report and reassign it to 'src:linux' and the affected version of the package. [...]" That said, *I don't believe* Ben would be against fixing really critical bugs in linux-2.6 should one pop up in, say, the next two weeks… Looking more at the wider future, I think it would be great if we could support one LTS version until the next oldstable becomes oldstable-lts. cheers, Holger
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