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Re: exim 4.31 (was: Release update)

On 2004-04-01 Steve Langasek <vorlon@debian.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 29, 2004 at 05:43:03PM +0200, Andreas Metzler wrote:
> > I'd like to get exim 4.31 into sarge but before I waste time I want
> > ask whether^Whow hard I'll be kicked.

> > * The dependencies won't change. - The version in sarge already links
> > against libgnutls10.

> > * 4.31 is basically a bugfix release, the number of new features is
> >   very limited.

> If you as maintainer are confident that 4.31 represents a bugfix-only
> release, I don't see any reason to be concerned if you aren't.

It is not bugfix-*only* but almost-only. ;-) I am confident in the
quality of code, though.

> Does the version of the exim4 package currently in testing have any
> bugs in it that you would be uncomfortable with if you had to support
> that version for (let's say worst case) a 2-year stable cycle?  If not,
> the worst that can happen is 4.31 has a new RC bug and doesn't make the
> cut.

4.30-7 has (#237524) but I'll let -8 go to testing first anyway,
therefore your argument sticks.

         cu andreas
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