Ubuntu 18.04.3 delayed until August 8th Re: Ubuntu 18.04.2 delayed until February 14th

Dimitri John Ledkov xnox at ubuntu.com
Fri Aug 2 15:57:31 UTC 2019

I’m reaching out to let you know that 18.04.3 will be delayed by one
week due to issues found during testing.  It will now be released on 8
August 2019.

Please stay tuned for RC images call for testing early next week.

And I will borrow Adam's words below since the same caveats apply again.

On Wed, 6 Feb 2019 at 14:16, Adam Conrad <adconrad at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Due to LP: #1814555, we're delaying the point release by a week to get
> a new kernel tested and pushed through the pipe.
> Don't take this as an invitation to try to get all your pet bugs fixed
> in the next few days, but if you've seen anything else in your testing
> that would be critical to fix for boot/install, please escalate it NOW,
> so we can address those in the same iteration and make sure 18.04.2 is
> as shiny as can be.
> Also, don't let this discourage you from testing things today, so bugs
> can be fixed before next week.  Only a select few packages will change
> over the next few days, so this is a good approximation of the final.
> ... Adam


on behalf of Ubuntu Foundations Team.



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