Bug#719888: developers-reference: Says next stable release will be called wheezy
Le 17/08/2013 08:40, Charles Plessy a écrit :
> would you like to convert your suggestion into a patch ? You can download the
> source of the Developers reference with "apt-get source developers-reference"
> or "debcheckout developers-reference".
Ok, you'll find the patch (for svn revision r10224) enclosed to this
I changed my previous suggestion to:
>> At the time of writing, this documentation is aimed to be part of
>> <literal>jessie</literal> which will be Debian 8.0 once released.
which I think is a bit more elegant.
I'm not familiar with providing patch for documentation and didn't know
if I had to do the "make pot" myself, so I didn't.
> Have a nice week-end,
Thanks, you too,
--- resources.dbk (révision 10224)
+++ resources.dbk (copie de travail)
@@ -764,8 +764,10 @@
Debian 2.1, <literal>slink</literal>; Debian 2.2, <literal>potato</literal>;
Debian 3.0, <literal>woody</literal>; Debian 3.1, <literal>sarge</literal>;
Debian 4.0, <literal>etch</literal>; Debian 5.0, <literal>lenny</literal>;
-Debian 6.0, <literal>squeeze</literal>
-and the next release will be called <literal>wheezy</literal>.
+Debian 6.0, <literal>squeeze</literal> and Debian 7.0,
+<literal>wheezy</literal>. At the time of writing, this documentation is aimed
+to be part of <literal>jessie</literal> which will be Debian 8.0 once
There is also a ``pseudo-distribution'', called
<literal>sid</literal>, which is the current <literal>unstable</literal>
distribution; since packages are moved from <literal>unstable</literal> to