Release Schedule, Herd 1 and "later" bugs
sistpoty at ubuntu.com
Wed Nov 22 11:05:43 GMT 2006
Am Mittwoch 22 November 2006 09:24 schrieb Reinhard Tartler:
> Daniel Holbach <daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com> writes:
> > let's make Beta Freeze = Universe Freeze. What do you think?
> I think we should take the state of debian/unstable into consideration
> of the freeze date. According the the latest d-d-a update about the
> release, it looks like debian will release in December, but a Release in
> January doesn't look too unlikely as well. I expect that soon after
> release, there will be tons of transitions and updates, and
> debian/unstable could get somewhat unstable and a lot of work for us.
> Therefore I'd propose to keep the Universe Freeze with Main, and then
> reconsider on the basis how the state of debian/unstable is. I expect
> that the state in march will be better than in February, though, but you
> never know.
argl, I've been sending my last mail a little bit too quick: Keeping UVF for
universe aligned to main makes sense for the above reasons.
However what I proposed initially was to move FeatureFreeze for universe to a
later point in time. That way we can hopefully include more packages from
revu into universe.
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