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Re: Bad press related to (missing) Debian security

On Mon, 27 Jun 2005, Matt Zimmerman wrote:

The security team has always been a difficult one to expand.  A strong level
of trust is necessary due to confidentiality issues, and security support is
a lot of (mostly boring and thankless) work.  However, expanding it seems
like the only way to make it sustainable.

I don't understand the philosophy of Debian security team. It's really so difficult to push into sarge spamassassin 3.0.4 which is not vulnerable? This version is in Debian testing and why this version can't be push into stable?


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