Freeze exception for 'fai'
siretart at ubuntu.com
Wed Sep 3 15:15:30 BST 2008
Cesare Tirabassi <norsetto at ubuntu.com> writes:
> While I would agree to grant a freeze exception for both right now, quite
> frankly I don't see the point in granting a standing-freeze exception or a
> per-package delegation.
fai is a native package, that is made 'non-native' for ubuntu. That
means that I take every upload to debian as a new .orig.tar.gz, which
means that every merge from debian is technically a new upstream
Yes, fai is quite a special case, that's why I ask for a standing freeze
exception because you cannot really draw a clear line either here.
> Do you really expect that there will be new (non bug fix) upstream
> releases after the 'lenny' one?
I don't think so. Thomas focuses on lenny, and only on lenny until
squeeze approaches its own freeze.
If you tell me that a freeze exception is not necessary anyways, that's
fine with me as well.
Reinhard Tartler, KeyID 945348A4
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