[Pkg-xfce-devel] [Xubuntu-dev] new version of xfce4-cpugraph-plugin
frivoal at gmail.com
Thu Oct 7 01:53:07 UTC 2010
>> Does it make any difference if I add that I am willing to provide
>> long term support (crashes and security issues) for 1.0.0, but not
>> really for 0.4.0?
> For Debian, I'd say there are too many changes (even after filtering
> autofoo files) to include it in squeeze at this time, and the release
> team won't accept:
> 54 files changed, 6682 insertions(+), 2738 deletions(-)
If you only look at the code changes, and exclude not only the autofoo
files, but also the documentation, and the translation files, we're down
10 files changed, 1412 insertions(+), 958 deletions(-)
But sure, that's still not a trivial change. My point was not that the
change was small, but rather that it was beneficial. As you can see in
bugzilla (and there are also unreported fixes), it fixes a fair bunch of
issues that are present in the version you have.
But as you're deep-frozen, that's probably not good enough a reason. Is
there any simple thing I could monitor, to be informed in advance of
debian and ubuntu's freezes, so that I can make sure that releases that
are almost done can get out of the door in time?
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