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Haskell, Was: scheduling


Am Montag, den 14.06.2010, 19:14 +0100 schrieb Adam D. Barratt:
> Transition freeze
> =================
> As announced in the previous release update, we are now instituting a
> freeze on new transitions in order to make it easier to finish
> transitions without them becoming blocked by other changes in unstable.
> It may be possible to include smaller updates if time allows and they do
> not interfere with ongoing transitions.  If your upload would require
> changes to or rebuilds of other packages, or cause other packages to be
> unable to transition to testing, please consider whether doing so would
> help improve the quality of Squeeze.  If you believe it would, please
> contact us to discuss the issue before uploading. 

almost every Haskell library upload triggers new rebuilds.

Should we stop uploading such packages from now on, and talk to you if
it is really important?

Or should we just continue as before, uploading and binNMUing as
required? I don’t expect any interference with other


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