Posted May 5, 2004 17:32 UTC (Wed) by rfunk
In reply to: Revealed: how Fedora and the community interact
Parent article: Revealed: how Fedora and the community interact
Some packages in testing are months behind because either the newer
versions have "release-critical" bugs keeping them out, or they have
dependencies that either haven't been in unstable long enough (or at all)
or that themselves have release-critical bugs.
Those dependencies are always the killer.....
And if you're going to just unconditionally stick something in testing
after being in unstable for a week, you're losing the benefits of that
week delay in the first place.
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