[Freedombox-discuss] What should we do about Freedombox in the next stable Debian Release?

Sunil Mohan Adapa sunil at medhas.org
Sun Oct 12 16:57:16 UTC 2014

On Sunday 12 October 2014 12:30 PM, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> Hi.
> The next Debian stable release, Jessie, is getting nearer, and at the
> moment our freedombox related packages (freedombox-setup, plinth,
> pagekite) are included in the package set destined for Jessie.  But do
> we want those packages included in the next stable release?  Are they
> ready for it?  It would require someone among us to take care of their
> security status for perhaps as much as four years.
> I suspect we are not ready to be part of the stable release and should
> request the removal of at least plinth and freedombox-setup from the
> testing repository before Jessie is released (the easiest way to do it
> is to submit a release critical bug report against plinth, asking for
> it to be kept out of testing).
> What do the rest of you think?

There has been a lot of progress on Plinth on improving the framework,
cleaning up the code and getting it into a presentable state.  However,
I believe that is not yet ready to go into stable in its current form.


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