Re: Who checks for bugs fixed in unstable but not in sarge?
On Thu, Aug 12, 2004 at 02:51:56PM +0100, Colin Watson wrote:
> > The Debian release management thinks freezing testing is less work.
> > That's OK (I have no influence on it - I'm not even a Debian developer),
> > but I do not plan to do anything of the work that is only caused by the
> > fact that testing is frozen.
> That's OK, but please take your disagreement with that and your posts
> that stem from this disagreement off this mailing list. Right now, it is
> simply not in the least constructive.
> debian-release is not a discussion list.
OK, no more discussion, but please answer the following question:
How does the release team ensure that you won't release Debian 3.1 with
known serious problems already fixed in unstable (e.g #237071 or the
potential DoS attack in SpamAssassin)?
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