Tue Dec 2 16:12:28 PST 2003
[Sorry about breaking threading. I deleted the original.]
Modus Operandi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I heard a rumor on #debian that soon -- possibly in December -- the
> sarge branch of debian would become the new stable branch.
It was obvious to all that the original Dec. 1 target date was more a
motivator than an actual target.
> Anybody here know more about this? What dealbreakers are holding sarge
> back from "stable" status?
Here's Monday's progress report from Release Manager Anthony "aj" Towns,
which appears to answer your questions:
Meanwhile, Sarge continues to work fine (at least on IA32), regardless
of where the "stable" symlink points. If you need installation media,
follow the Installers link on
http://linuxmafia.com/cgi-bin/index.pl/Debian , and take your pick.
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