-kernel: any chance of a yes/no ASAP, please?
On 2018-06-08 18:51, Adam D. Barratt wrote:
[Cc += debian-kernel]
On Sun, 2018-05-20 at 12:04 +0200, Joerg Jaspert wrote:
On 15037 March 1977, Jonathan Wiltshire wrote:
> - May 26th (meaning freeze this coming weekend, which might be a
> - Jun 2nd (which may require an unusual SRM)
> - Jun 9th (getting quite a way out of cadence, but maybe that
> can't be
We're past any of the above by now, and while looking through the to-do
list for the final jessie point release, I noticed that we currently
have some packages in opu with versions higher than stable.
We can either accept the packages and put up with the situation for a
short while, or do 9.5 before 8.11. In practical terms, that would
likely mean both 9.5 and 8.11 on June 23rd, freezing both next weekend.
How do people feel about that?
Unless we can get a definite answer r.e. the kernel very quickly, we
might have to live with the version skew for a short while and arrange
alternate dates for 9.5, which would then be in July (as the 30th won't
work for either Sledge or I, at least), which would be well past our