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Re: [Debian-sf-users] Re: [CoopX] SourceForget change in policy; Larry
Re: [Debian-sf-users] Re: [CoopX] SourceForget change in policy; Larry is speaking now !
Tue, 02 Apr 2002 16:52:36 +0200
I always heard Roland saying, that we will follow what is available,
but if VA is giving new version like this, with no will to collaborate,
with no dialog, this can fall in contradiction, with patch that we were
asked to integrate.
We will do our best to follow, but migration is a hard task, especially
with DB changes, and no help, though we start to have some experience in
We already made some changes in the way FRS works, and probably with
I understand that providing an easily installable sourceforge is
problem for VA. In an other way having a working platform, make easier
to add extension
and to collaborate with them.
Why do they wait so long to release code?
I'm afraid that 2.7 will be as buggy as 2.6 that was the working version
of the site :)
"Thomas R. Hall" wrote:
> Well, based on this information, are their plans to take the 2.7 code
> and then integrate it into another release of debian-sf? In other
> words, will there be 2.5, 2.6, and 2.7 versions of the package?
> Just curious - I know that there will not be many fixes, but it may be
> good to start with non-buggy code so you will have less to deal with. I
> like the progress that 2.6 is making right now in debian-sf!
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