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Debian plans Valentine's Lenny release

By   |  February 2, 2009

Debian developers are planning to release Lenny, the latest version of the operating system, on February 14. The team issued a second release candidate

In an emailed announcement yesterday the Debian release team wrote: “The weekend of February 14th is going to be our tentative target for release. We’ve checked with all the involved teams (which are many!), and the date works for all of them. The intention is only to lift that date if something really critical pops up that is not possible to handle as an errata, or if we end up technically unable to release that weekend (eg., a needed machine
crashes). Every other fix that doesn’t make it in time will be r1 material.”

Back in October last year Debian developers called on community members to help out by fixing a large number of outstanding bugs which was holding up the release of Lenny.

Via Lxer, DistroWatch

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3 Responses to “Debian plans Valentine's Lenny release”

  1. Nonya
    February 2nd, 2009 @ 11:39 pm

    Hopefully, OpenOffice.org 3, Gimp 2.6, and other software will be moved forward from the experimental repos! This software has been held up in experimental for far too long!

  2. wolfen69
    February 3rd, 2009 @ 1:02 am

    I’ll believe it when I see it. Knowing Debian, it will probably come out next fall. By then, the kernel will be too old to use on new computers.

  3. Dave
    February 3rd, 2009 @ 2:01 pm

    I wait for CentOS 6 – after RHEL 6

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