Debian to adopt time-based releases
Jul 29, 2009, 13:32 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Sam Varghese)
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" The policy was proposed and adopted at the project's
yearly conference which is taking place in Caceres, Spain.
"According to the scheme, details of which have been released by
project spokesperson, Meike Reichle, from now on freezes will take
place in the December of every odd year - 2009, 2011 and so on.
"That means the next freeze is just five months away."
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