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Hi everybody,

I'm not subscribed to the list, so please CC me in your response.

My question is about release lifecycle in Debian world: exactly how long on 
average "stable" release is supported after it became "obsolete" or in other 
words when there's new "stable" release? (as example - how long woody would 
be supported in terms of errata etc. after sarge goes live?)

Or if old "stable" release "dies" after new is out - how one performes upgrade 
etc (I know about apt-get but I guess there's something more involved in this 
process)

- -- 
Dmitry Makovey
Web Systems Administrator
Athabasca University
(780) 675-6245
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