>> New package loop-aes-etchnhalf: >> architectures in updates: s390 all amd64 i386 powerpc arm sparc alpha >> ia64 mips mipsel hppa version in updates: 3.2c-2~etchnhalf.2 >> Rationales: >> - 3.2c-2~etchnhalf.1: loop-aes-etchnhalf - source compatible w/ >> etchnhalf kernel > As linux-modules-extra-2.6-etchnhalf was not ready in time we decided to > skip it for r4 and include it in r5. Well done folks. You've again managed to break at least part of the functionality of Debian Installer and, more importantly, left users with a potentially unbootable system after installation. This is the third time since Etch where a stable release involving something I have spent a serious amount of my time on is mishandled by the release team. I've had it with this mentality where apparently it is OK to just skip proper and timely preparation of releases, where it is OK to do things at the very last possible moment, break promises made to colleague DDs and break their work without any prior communication at all. As you obviously don't appreciate the work done by others to get things to the point that a release is possible, I will not participate in ANYTHING that has to do with releasing Lenny anymore, which means I'm dropping per now a lot of my D-I work, debian-cd work, documentation work and website work and any testing work I normally do. Frans Pop
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