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Re: 2.6.8 release

On Mon, Aug 02, 2004 at 02:40:57AM -0700, Steve Langasek wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 02, 2004 at 11:16:34AM +0200, Sven Luther wrote:
> > > Planning to violate the release schedule is not encouraged.
> > No, but let's be realist. The woody release schedule was also announced in a
> > hurry (of the no info for month, and then we freeze tomorrow), and then we
> > waited almost three month without news for the security infrastructure.
> Given that the security infrastructure has now been implemented, I fail
> to see the comparison here.  It is always possible that unforeseen
> problems will delay the release -- but unforeseen problems from one
> release are by no means a predictor for future releases.

What about the >200 RC bugs ? 

> > Also, reading the mail announcing a freeze on august 2 today is not exactly
> > helpfull, is it ? If it would have been a week or two delay between the base
> > freeze and the rest of the freeze, then ok, but 2 days ? 
> I wonder if you haven't misread the email.  The time between the base
> freeze and the freeze of the rest of the archive is 22 days.  What's
> freezing on August 2 is base; this part of the freeze has been pushed
> back to allow further pending RC bugfixes in.

base + standard i think, but i did miss the date for the rest of the stuff.

This would be august 24 or so ? This is the date that the packages are in
testing, or would unstable->testing migration still be allowed after that ?


Sven Luther

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