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Re: Lenny/Violatile is Stable?

Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. wrote, on 03/12/08 18:43:
On Saturday 2008 November 29 00:38, Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. wrote:
My line for the debian-volatile repository for lenny is:
deb     http://localhost:9999/volatile  lenny/volatile
Of course, this goes to my local approx which is configured like:
volatile        http://volatile.debian.org/debian-volatile

Anyway, the Release file I've downloaded looks something like:
Origin: volatile.debian.org
Label: debian-volatile
Suite: stable
Codename: lenny
Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 03:36:18 UTC
Architectures: amd64 alpha arm armel hppa i386 ia64 mips mipsel powerpc
s390 sparc
Components: volatile/main volatile/contrib volatile/non-free
Description: volatile.debian.org

Why exactly is the suite stable?

I'm fairly convinced this is a bug. How do I file a bug report against debian-volatile? I think the Debian BTS needs a package name to accept the bug, and I'm wondering what to use. Is there a pseudo-package for infrastructure? If so, would this bug be appropriate for that?

If you search http://www.debian.org/Bugs/ for the text:

"The current list of pseudo-packages recognized by the Debian bug tracking system."

you will find a link to http://www.debian.org/Bugs/pseudo-packages which may be able to help you.


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