Jammy Jellyfish (to be 22.04) now in Feature Freeze
brian at ubuntu.com
Fri Feb 25 00:01:51 UTC 2022
As per the release schedule, Jammy Jellyfish is now in Feature Freeze.
Ideally, you will all now be focusing on bug fixing and not on getting new
features into the release. However, if necessary, please follow the process
for freeze exceptions:
As is the custom, packages that have been uploaded to jammy-proposed prior
to the feature freeze deadline, but have gotten stuck there, remain
candidates for fixing between now and release.
Remember that version strings don't matter for Feature Freeze. If you
upload a new upstream release and it has no new features than you don't need
an exception. If you add a debian/patch that adds a new feature, or enable one
via build flags then you do. We care about the content of the archive, not
about precisely how things got there.
Happy bug squashing!
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