Archive frozen for preparation of Ubuntu 9.04

Stefan Potyra stefan.potyra at
Thu Apr 9 14:06:52 BST 2009

Hi Iain,

Am Thursday 09 April 2009 12:33:04 schrieb Iain Lane:
> On 9 Apr 2009, at 08:39, Steve Langasek wrote:
> > Uploads to universe should again follow the guidelines described here:
> >
> >

first off the delegates changed a little bit for jaunty, see 


for the current list.

Being in FinalFreeze, the archive is now frozen, so any upload will need to be 
shoved through the queue by an archive admin, warranting a FreezeException  
to be granted.

> Can motu-release clarify the processes in place for freeze exceptions
> that are in force now? I see the old policy at [0] that was in force
> for Intrepid. Do you plan on doing this again?

hm... for Intrepid, that worked out pretty well imho, so yes. 
Scott, Luca, Nathan, Iulian any objections?

> The above mail also 
> seems to imply that only 1 +1 is needed from a -release member for
> bugfix uploads after the (possibly eventual) freeze. Is this right?


anything still unclear?

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