[Fwd: Re: Stable Release Updates policy]

Hobbsee hobbsee at kubuntu.org
Tue Oct 31 13:23:02 GMT 2006


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For FTBFS only bugs, with an eyeballable patch:

Is it really necessary to go through with the 5 approvals, or 7 days,
whichever is longer?

Clearly, we can test for buildability and installability - and even a
semi-working version is better than the version that fails to build, I
expect - perhaps have a smaller quorum to ack those requests?

Example debdiff - cinepaint (which needs uploading - changes are mostly
from debian)

http://www.buntudot.org/people/~hobbsee/cinepaint.debdiff

Thanks!

Sarah Hobbs
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