Re: Woody stable point release
Steve McIntyre wrote:
> We haven't had a stable woody update since late last year. What can I
> do to help make another point release happen? I know it's a lot of
> work, and I'd like to help. At the moment it's getting embarrassing
> that we have so many security updates that are on security.debian.org
> but aren't on any CDs or in the main archive.
I totally agree and have prepared the next revision already.
I'd be glad if you could go through all accepted kernel packages and
ensure that including them won't break dependencies and existing
An up-to-date version is at <http://master.debian.org/~joey/3.0r2/>.
Append "accept/" to the URL to see the plain files for kernel-foo.
These are my biggest worries with this update.
It would also be a good idea to skim through the list of rejected
packages to see if too many packages are thrown away.
> And yes, I know sarge is coming Real Soon Now. That would go a long
> way to solving some of this, but it would be nice to get some regular
> updates going again, like we had in potato. Joey, I'm not trying to
> cause trouble for you here. I appreciate all the work you've done on
Since I've already worked on this issue for a week, you aren't.
> these in the past, but it also seems that you've taken on more work
> than you have the time, effort or patience to cope with. I'm offering
> to take some of this off you, if you'd like me too.
If nothing changes, everything will remain the same. -- Barne's Law