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Re: release-reminder.txt draft

On Tue, Nov 25, 2003 at 03:02:23 -0500, David B Harris wrote:
> Here's another version, with some niggles fixed and such. Manoj
> suggested a couple of changes as well, and they've been integrated.

Time for more suggestions then.

> In order to release this package with Sarge, action must be taken regarding
> the above bugs. There are several options available:
>     1. Fix the bug:
>        After fixing the bug, upload the new package to Sid. No other action is
>        required.

I'd say
	1. Fix the bug:
	   After fixing the bug, upload the new package to Sid. Be sure to
	   check the build daemon logs for port-specific issues and monitor
	   your package's status with regard to percolating into sarge.

>     3. Tag the bug sarge-ignore:

	3. Have the bug tagged sarge-ignore:

> In case you weren't aware, there are several web-based status reporting tools
> available which can provide you, the maintainer, with an overview of your
> packages. Briefly, these are:
>     http://qa.debian.org/developer.php
>     http://packages.qa.debian.org/
>     http://lintian.debian.org/

I'd add

Linux is many, many years away from being an enterprise-ready operating
system that can compete with, and challenge, the Windows platform. There is
also no vision or driving force around it.
	Doug Miller, Microsoft Windows Server Group, january 2001

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