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Re: What does "String freeze" mean?


On Sat Jun 12, 2010 at 19:26:16 +0200, Alexander Reichle-Schmehl wrote:
> Hi!
> Am 12.06.2010 16:00, schrieb Giovanni Mascellani:
> > Other than doing some minor technical fixes, in commit 362 I modified a
> > bit two wordings (a casing and added "for DebConf10" in the article
> > about the provisional talk list). Is this acceptable in string freeze,
> > or is the freeze considered to be strict?
> Hmm... "string freeze" is probably the wrong wording, it's more a
> content freeze:  To give translators and reviewers time for their work,
> no new content should be added and heavy changes should be avoided.
> Your changes surely aren't heavy ones, so it's fine with me.  And thanks :)

maybe we should rename it to "content-freeze"

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