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Re: Debian release strategy

also sprach Andreas Barth <aba@not.so.argh.org> [2005.03.04.1016 +0100]:
> > I think it would be helpful if (in future) the release team would
> > communicate their list of release criteria well in advance of their
> > estimated time of release.
> I don't know what you'll consider as release criteria, but if you mean
> the list at http://release.debian.org/sarge_rc_policy.txt - that's
> unchanged for quite a long while now.

"well in advance" -- with that he means that etch's release plan
should ideally be ready and *final* by the time sarge is released.

I agree. As I see it, we'll release sarge, and the project will
return to idling until someone somewhere decides to call for
a freeze.

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