[Pkg-postgresql-public] 9.4 beta2 in unstable?
mpitt at debian.org
Sat Jul 5 10:45:31 UTC 2014
Christoph Berg [2014-07-05 10:15 +0200]:
> 9.4 should be releasing around September, so that's before the
> announced Jessie freeze in November. However, transitions should be
> started (or done) around September.
> I would like to ship Jessie with 9.4, so we could start the transition
> by uploading 9.4 beta2 (or rc1) to unstable once it is out. 9.3 would
> be removed once everything has transitioned, but suppored-versions
> would change to 9.4-only rightaway.
That would essentially commit all the packaged extensions to get
ported to 9.4 in time. Most will probably just work as usual, but
there's always those "special" ones like PL/R or PostGIS which take
longer to port. Do you have a gut feeling how much 9.4's internal
interfaces changed to 9.3, i. e. whether it's realistic to port all
extensions in time?
Otherwise, sounds good to me.
Thanks, and have a good weekend!
Martin Pitt | http://www.piware.de
Ubuntu Developer (www.ubuntu.com) | Debian Developer (www.debian.org)
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