brltty: Uploading the final release?
I just came back from a month of vacation and missed the freeze (which
was expected). I prepared for this by uploading a subversion
snapshot of brltty since it was about to release soon and the
changes were pretty important for lenny (unicode support).
Now brltty got a few cosmetic fixes and was released on the 16th of
July. Since I was still on vac then, I couldn't upload
that final release (3.10). The changes are really all just
cosmetic and the diff is pretty small. I am asking basically
if I should upload the final 3.10 and ask for an exception
of the freeze, or if you prefer that we ship Lenny with
a pre-release subversion snapshot of brltty? Personally, I'd like
to upload 3.10 since it looks nicer and the documentation
updates might be useful to users on a stable release...
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