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Re: [Gnu-arch-users] how important is declaring 1.1?

From: Bruce Stephens
Subject: Re: [Gnu-arch-users] how important is declaring 1.1?
Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 21:14:26 +0000
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Tom Lord <address@hidden> writes:


> One of the main reasons to maybe make the 1.1 release now is the
> debian release process.  There have been a number of incidental
> comments on #irc that naming a release 1.1 will cause it to show up
> in debian-stable sooner, which apparently there is some demand for.

Debian stable doesn't seem worth worrying about.  Debian testing is a
more practical target.  Presumably other distributions would also be
more keen to take something called 1.1.

> Any objections?  Factual corrections about the debian process?

i don't see any mention of bug #5554/#5635, which is a big issue for
people relying on implicit naming for many files.  It also appears to
have a relatively simple patch (in bug 5554).

Otherwise tla seems fast enough, and pretty stable.  I think it
deserves a suitably stable sounding release.

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