[Pkg-samba-maint] [samba] 01/20: Update instructions to reference upstream VCS tag.
bubulle at debian.org
Tue Dec 10 06:57:14 UTC 2013
Quoting Ivo De Decker (ivo.dedecker at ugent.be):
> On Mon, Dec 09, 2013 at 12:53:16PM -0800, Steve Langasek wrote:
> > From your POV, what are the criteria for switching to 4.1 in Debian? Is 4.1
> > considered a "development branch" upstream? Do we potentially want it
> > uploaded to experimental?
> I'm building samba 4.1.3 now for an upload to experimental.
> If everything goes well, we could do a 4.1 upload to unstable fairly soon
> (after the security update of 4.0 migrates to testing).
I think, "we" (well, you probably noticed my slow step out....) should
slowly converge to have latest upstream releases in unstable ASAP. As
Andrew pointed, 4.1 is a full production release so there is indeed no
real reason to consider it less rock solid than 4.0.
Now that most problems have been cleaned out in 4.0 by you guys, 4.1
should be in unstable. I don't think it's even worth going through the
But that's more your call: you managed the 4.0 transition in a nearly
perfect way so I won't teach you lessons...;-)
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