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Re: Bullseye plans for wine

I would say i agree with the plans of not focusing on wine-devel. I think
it would be a shame not to ship wine-6.0 as the stable version tho.

Sveinar Søpler

----- On Feb 7, 2021, at 10:34 PM, Berillions berillions@gmail.com wrote:

> Hi,
> No objection but why do not ship Wine-6.0 as stable version for
> Bullseye instead of 5.0 ?
> Because as Phil explained in another mail, wine-6.0 release date is
> after the 1st freeze date ?
> Sorry for these questions, it's new for me.
> But it would be a shame to have an old stable version in Bullseye.
> If there are no inconveniences to push wine-6.0 into
> bullseye-backports when available.
> Cordially,
> Max
> Le dim. 7 févr. 2021 à 21:48, Michael Gilbert <mgilbert@debian.org> a écrit :
>> Given some of the discussion on this list recently, it seems there is
>> a need for plans to be clarified.
>> My intent is for wine-development to no longer ship in stable
>> releases.  I don't see the value of a mid-cycle version of wine to be
>> in debian stable any more.  It made sense when the time between wine
>> stable releases was very long, but that is no more.  In conclusion,
>> there is no objective to get wine-development ready in time for the
>> freeze.
>> Also, the plan is to ship wine 5 as the stable version of wine for
>> bullseye.  Work on wine 6 will pick up after the freeze.
>> Best wishes,
>> Mike

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