Author: Paul Wise Date: To: Jonathan Carter, Jan Groenewald, Soporte Sistemas Abalar, Andrej Shadura, Urs Pfister, Igor Pecovnik, Alexey Kovin, Aaron Weeden, J. Lazar, admin, Luis Alejandro Martínez Faneyth, Achim Leitner, Roopa Prabhu, Maciej Delmanowski, Geoffrey Thomas, Felix Yan, Daniel Reurich, Rareș Rășcanu, Jean-Michel Philippe, zbd, Patrick d'Emmabuntüs, Robert McQueen, Georges Khaznadar, Alex Myczko, Jean-Jacques Brucker, Raphael Grewe, Fernando Toledo, Mikhail Yakshin, Klaus Knopper, Ronny Standtke, Sofía Martin, info, Jeremiah Foster, Prajwal Panchmahalkar, Robbie Ferguson, James Cameron, Sam Nazarko, Steve Noble, m.buratto, Brice Delmotte, Steph, Daniel Baumann, Daniela Häsler, Roland Fehrenbacher, unman, Peter Michael Green, Adrian Gibanel, Peter Manev, Gabriele Martina, Marko_R, Slobodan Nikolić, Arjen Balfoort, Paweł Pijanowski, Tails developers, Jeremy Davis, Philipp Hahn, Coucouf, Daniil Baturin, Sébastien Duthil, Kai Hendry, Patrick Schleizer, ljf, Leszek Lesner, Laura Garcia, David Lechner, Sam Geeraerts, Eugenio g7 Paolantonio, Tom Travers, Mark Burkley CC: debian-derivatives Subject: [Tails-dev] Debian derivatives census: Debian 11 (bullseye) freeze
I note that some Debian derivatives are based on Debian stable. The
Debian release team have recently announced that the staged freezes of
testing will be start on 2021-01-12 in preparation for the upcoming
release of Debian 11 (bullseye).
This means that if you have not already started, you will need to
prepare the schedule for the migration of your stable release to be
based on Debian 11 (bullseye) instead the current base of Debian buster
or earlier. Once you have switched to bullseye, please update your
census page to reflect that if needed. Please also check that your
census page reflects what your distro is currently based on.
Those of you who are willing to help finalise the release of bullseye
are encouraged to commit developer time to fixing the release critical
bugs, organise bug squashing parties and to test upgrades from Debian
stable in order to find more issues that might need to be fixed.