preparing for 5.0.2

Dirk Hohndel dirk at
Fri Jul 2 13:36:46 PDT 2021


Would you mind proposing some added language for <> so that we can link to your builds? (either as PR to the GitHub repo, or just send me the text / links that we should add and I can do that).

I'll make corresponding adjustments to the footer of our overall announcements as well.



> On Jul 2, 2021, at 1:33 PM, Richard Fuchs <dfx at> wrote:
> On 02/07/2021 16.11, Dirk Hohndel wrote:
>> ...
>> Richard - how do you trigger your Debian builds? Is that automatic or do you need to do this manually? Have they been tested enough that we would want to advertise them to interested users?
> The daily builds based on latest master are fully automated as of today (or so I hope - will see tomorrow). The tagged release builds are not automated yet, mainly because there haven't been any new ones since I started doing this :) Will try to get that going now.
> I wish I could say that the builds have been thoroughly tested, but that would be a lie. I have tested _some_ of the builds, mainly those relevant to my own systems, and AFAICT those work just fine. Either way I think those builds are preferable for Debian users over the alternatives in general, so the more people use them the better, and I'm more than happy to try to fix any issues that pop up.
> Cheers

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