[Pkg-samba-maint] Bits from the Release Team: What should go into squeeze?

Christian PERRIER bubulle at debian.org
Mon Mar 15 11:52:38 UTC 2010

Quoting Philipp Kern (pkern at debian.org):

> It would be great if every team on track could send us a short mail to
> debian-release at lists.debian.org and if every team that still faces work


So, as a team that maintains a few packages, we probably should answer
this, doing a full overview of all "our" packages.

I launched the discussion about "3.4 or 3.5". I'm personnally in favor
of 3.5, particularly if we can get some pre-approval by the release
team that point releases are OK during the freeze of squeeze (as Samba
upstream is now using a conservative approach on their point

3.4.* is of course the very safe option, but I fear it slowly becomes
as hard to maintain and apparently "obsolete" as 3.2 is right now (I
*still* have to backport some ACL-related fixes from 3.2.1* to our
3.2.5....those that enfore me to use 3.2.15 on my own critical

Steve has apparently some reserves to make because of the quite short
life of 3.5 as a release.

But we need to decide now...


talloc, tdb



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