Re: Will there be a final warning for l10n uploads?
Frank Küster a écrit :
> Dear release team,
> Jacobo Tarrio <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Package: tex-common
>> Severity: wishlist
>> Tags: l10n patch
>> It is attached to this report.
> I'm not fond of making an upload to unstable for every single debconf
> translation that drops in, and request a freeze exception. It would be
> great if there was a "final warning" like
> "If nothing goes wrong, we expect the release to be in less than three,
> hopefully two weeks. Please upload any translation updates to unstable
> right now - we promise that uploads that reach unstable by $time with
> urgency=low will be included in etch, but after that we cannot promise
> Do you think this will be possible?
Etch will be released on 4th December 2006. The uploads being of
priority low they should wait 10 days in unstable. I guess we need a few
day after the total freeze to prepare the delay.
So my guess is that this date is around 20th November 2006. Or maybe
before, but not later.
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