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Ruby plans for the squeeze cycle


As announced on dda [RT1], we want to get an impression when releasing
Squeeze is feasible. We have proposed a (quite ambitious) freeze in December
2009, and some developers have noted that their planned changes wouldn't be
possible in this time frame. So, to find out when releasing would work for
most people, it would be great if you could answer the following questions:

* Which major upstream releases of ruby are expected in the next two
  years? Which of those are material for Debian stable, which might be a bit

* How much time do you usually need from a new upstream release of ruby
  to a stable Debian package in unstable?

* How many "big" transitions will the upcoming changes cause? When should those
  happen? Can we do something to make them easier?


[RT1] http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2009/07/msg00001.html

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