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12 Post subject: OK, Debian 7.0 is now frozen, give us a new AptoSID release!  PostPosted: 01.07.2012, 08:13



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Also I'd like to see kernel 3.5-rc5 included.
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: 01.07.2012, 11:53



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Watch out!

Appears you do not know what you're stirring up here... }:-]
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: 01.07.2012, 14:57
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It's raining, give us peace on earth!

(In which way is a debian freeze related to aptosid releases please? And just for the record, this is not a deep freeze just yet. It wouldn't even compare it to a fridge. It is just a bit colder than before. Maybe 20 instead of 25°C i would say… Freezing is a long-lasting effort, deeply frozen - and therefore bugfree and stable - is debian in a few months maybe)

We never officially released kernel-release-candidates btw, so what makes you thing we would do so now?

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Post subject:   PostPosted: 01.07.2012, 16:34



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LOL, you are one impatient birdie Very Happy

Just give the devs a chance Smile
 
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Blast! It was my birthday yesterday. I should have asked the devs to put the extra second toward a new release.
 
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      ghstryder wrote:
Blast! It was my birthday yesterday. I should have asked the devs to put the extra second toward a new release.


How much can be done in 1 second Laughing

And happy b-day by the way...hope it was a blast
 
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I have builded my own aptosid-iso, and the kde-lite ist very fat: 779 MB without programms.

So we have to wait, until the ISO is small enough for CD! Smile

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      Friday wrote:
I have builded my own aptosid-iso, and the kde-lite ist very fat: 779 MB without programms.


"Would you like to know more?" https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2 ... 00115.html

(The question is a movie quote, who knows which movie? Wink )

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DonKult: StarshipTroopers
 
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