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Re: Woody retrospective and Sarge introspective

Anthony Towns <aj@azure.humbug.org.au> immo vero scripsit:

base freeze didn't work out very well, because there still were bugs in 
base, but double-delay was quite good. I think.

> [0] Probably worth reading again, in case all the excitement since has
>     let you forget. NMUs are good, mmmkay?
>       http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2002/
> 		debian-devel-announce-200201/msg00014.html

This changed my life. :P

"Testing" probably requires NMU policy similar to this 
all the time, because "testing" will require dependent
software to be RC-bug-free before a package can be in "testing".

Did I miss it, or is DELAYED going to be expanded beyond 10-days?
(or is it already)

I agree it is important that we try to build testing CDs,
and some updates of how these CDs are working would be nice.
I only realized how b-f was problematic when I started building
CDs myself, back in November last year.


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