[tdf-discuss] Re: missing debs on ppa
Hi Jaime, Hi all,
On Thu, 24 Feb 2011 14:33:23 +0100
"Jaime R. Garza" <email@example.com> wrote:
I think a lot of people though it was an official LibreOffice PPA for
Ubuntu, not an official Canonical package:
well, the ppa is different from most other ppas as it is the ppa of the
libreoffice packaging team at Ubuntu. That is: it is the stuff we as a
team intend to put in the main repositories in the end.
itself describes it best: "LibreOffice test builds and backports".
Thats pretty clear. Please do not hold me accountable for any
journalist calling it different to make a good headline.
Yes, Canonical and Ubuntu will support Libreoffice, but we will not
race out a release to the main repositories, just so that we can claim
to be first(*).
(*) If you dont care about the final stabilization fixes, you could
build an rc1 yourself and you will have your (almost) release a week
earlier. But if you wait for the final for a week, you should also wait
another day or two for the distribution adjustments.
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