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Re: Another slip in the FC6 schedule



On Mon, 2006-10-16 at 17:26 -0400, Jesse Keating wrote:
> Over the weekend we ran into a few more bugs with Fedora Core 6 that we 
> decided were important enough to fix.  There were some multilib compose 
> issues (wrong packages landing in the wrong dirs), some translation files 
> that would cause tracebacks in things like anaconda (whoops), and a 
> fedora-release package that forgot to enable updates (double whoops).  For 
> these reasons and a few others, we decided to respin the release candidate 
> tree and push the release date out another couple of days.
> 
> The current plan is to spin a release candidate this evening with some last 
> minute fixes, and start the sync.  Validation has gone very well up to this 
> point and baring any blow ups in the spin process, the release looks very 
> solid.  We're planning to release on Thursday Oct 19th.  This should give the 
> mirrors enough days to sync up.  If things blow up horribly and we have to 
> spin again tomorrow, depending on what time we have to respin we may slip 
> until next week, as releasing on Fridays or Mondays gets you the wrath of the 
> mirror admins (:

Does this mean, that the respin will consist of what is currently in
rawhide as of today (10/16)?

Or what is currently frozen, and just that tree there will be fixes and
*that* is what is respun? (In other words, if I had did an install test
from rawhide over the weekend, would I be ahead of the game or even with
FC6 release?)

-- 
Mike Chambers
Madisonville, KY

"Sex is like air, it's not important unless your not getting any!"


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