Martin Loschwitz madkiss at madkiss.org
Tue Aug 19 12:48:36 CEST 2003

Okay, the Debian Stable Release Manager just announced that he would like to
get the actual Debian GNU/Linux "stable" distribution ready for release on
December the 1st, 2003. Since the XFce4 packages in unstable are rusty, there
are some possible ways to go:

1. Make the release manager drop XFce4 completely out of testing, that'd mean
as much as "No XFce4 in Sarge at all"

2. Upload the current XFce4 RC2 packages to unstable, that would probably
make them go into testing before the deadline

3. Do nothing and wait for XFce4 4.0 final, maybe that will result with XFce4 
in sarge and maybe even not. Any ETA for RC3/Final?

What's your opinion on this?

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