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Re: [Bug-wget] wget alpha release 1.14.96-38327

From: Noël Köthe
Subject: Re: [Bug-wget] wget alpha release 1.14.96-38327
Date: Thu, 26 Dec 2013 12:19:23 +0100


Am Dienstag, den 24.12.2013, 18:06 +0100 schrieb Giuseppe Scrivano:

> > I could drop 3 documentation patches.
> > The Debian bugtracker does not have additional patches.
> > I don't track which wget upstream patch fixed which Debian bug if this
> > is your request.
> would you mind to send the patches to the ML, either by git send-email
> or attaching the output git format-patch?  It helps to get more eyes on
> them.
> Get these patches upstream will make things easier for you as well, you
> will have less stuff to rebase when a new version is out.

Sure, but the 3 additional patches are included in 1.14.96-38327.
wget release 1.14 in Debian is carrying the following patches:
and the 1.14.96-38327 reduces them by 3:
They are only documentation patches. I hope I didn't misunderstand your
request again.

> > Maybe only a small documentation fix but its minor.
> > https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/index.php?33826
> >
> > As a friend of release early and release often:
> > Go for it;) and the wget user will get a lot of fixes from the 16 month
> > of development.
> we definitely need a better model than "let's release when we think it
> is ok" :-)
> Should we move to a release every 3/6 months?

12 month would be fine too but I don't have a strong option on this.

> I don't think that doing it more often would make any sense, given the
> activity that usually wget has.


Noël Köthe <noel debian.org>
Debian GNU/Linux, www.debian.org

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