• 11.1 and 10.11 planning]

    From Steve McIntyre@21:1/5 to Steve McIntyre on Thu Sep 16 19:50:01 2021
    XPost: linux.debian.devel.release, linux.debian.maint.boot

    Forwarding to the lists Andy forgot...

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    From: Andy Simpkins <andy@koipond.org.uk>
    To: debian-cd@lists.debian.org
    Date: Wed, 15 Sep 2021 20:53:41 +0100
    Subject: Re: 11.1 and 10.11 planning
    Message-ID: <717ba215-4bcc-08ab-b087-8f781f15cbc2@koipond.org.uk>

    On 14/09/2021 20:14, Steve McIntyre wrote:
    On Tue, Sep 14, 2021 at 07:04:11PM +0100, Adam Barratt wrote:

    Thanks for the responses everyone. Mark indicated on IRC that he'd be
    happy to be ftpmaster-du-jour on any of the dates.

    On Mon, 2021-09-06 at 12:51 +0100, Adam D. Barratt wrote:
    We've ended up being late with planning 10.11 due to the timing of
    the bullseye release, and also need to look at getting 11.1 sorted.
    September 18th - not great; means freezing this coming weekend
    September 25th - not great; I'm away during most of the week
    beforehand, so will be unlikely to be able to deal with any issues,
    make sure everything's ready, etc.
    October 2nd - OK for me

    The conclusion seems to be that if we want to have all of the Images
    Team available then we're looking at:

    October 9th - OK for me
    October 16th - OK for me

    Images Team, what was the conclusion in terms of timing for the two
    point releases? Are you happy for the archive side for both to happen
    on the same day, with image testing for buster possibly being delayed,
    or would you prefer to try and separate the whole process? (In which
    case we would need all teams available for multiple dates.)

    I'm happy either way, I think Andy was less sure in the case that we
    got him to do both? :-)

    given that Steve will be around I am happy for both in one day :-)


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    Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK. steve@einval.com < Aardvark> I dislike C++ to start with. C++11 just seems to be
    handing rope-creating factories for users to hang multiple
    instances of themselves.

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