Luk Claes <firstname.lastname@example.org> (06/08/2009): > If the freeze date is well known in advance the question becomes moot > unless some maintainer wants to work against the freeze AFAICS. Having > a known freeze date is meant to help everyone to be able to plan > better and refrain from doing high impact changes right before the > freeze. We already have maintainers working against any kind of common sense. We have maintainers breaking transitions, delaying them, or starting them when they're not welcome. We even have a mechanism to enforce sanity (transition-related upload prevention/blocks). Why would/should the freeze be treated in a different manner? Mraw, Mooty KiBi.
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