[php-maint] Bug#603174: Bug#603174: Why do we get just *part* of 5.3.3?

Ondřej Surý ondrej at debian.org
Mon Dec 13 15:18:21 UTC 2010

You had described the reason for not including php-fpm just in the
first sentence:
> Since 5.3.3. fpm is integrated into main php.

And as I said before (and it's logged under the #603174 bug):
> Anyway... php5-fpm will be added to unstable after squeeze release
> again, but right now it just didn't have enough testing to go to next
> stable.

> So, if we have php 5.3.3 *without* fpm, it effectively means that php in debian is crippled?

That's a nonsense, and you knew it when you wrote the email. The way
of exaggerating anything isn't a really good way how to achieve
anything. Please don't do that. It just add unnecessary stress on the
PHP maintainers.

> What could be possible rationale for removing features from upstream?

Sorry, but this is just pure demagogy. There is a zillion of features
which we don't enable in upstream php. Again please don't do that.

Ondřej Surý <ondrej at sury.org>

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