Stable Release Updates
Updates to the stable Debian distribution are planned every two months, if nothing serious happens in between.
I became responsible for stable point-releases starting at 2.2r3, mainly because nobody seemed to care about them and from a security point of view (and I'm also doing security in/for Debian) that was a completly unacceptable situation. Here's what you get from it, I am managing them now. *sigh*
I have to admit that I still need to work on my own schedule and workload to fulfil the goal of an update every two month.
Debian GNU/Linux 3.1 alias sarge
3.1r2 — February 2006
3.1r1 — December 18th, 2005
Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 alias woody
3.0r7 — impossible after release of 3.1
3.0r6 — June 2nd, 2005
3.0r5 — April 16th, 2005
3.0r4 — January 1st, 2005
3.0r3 — October 26th, 2004
3.0r2 — November 21st, 2003
3.0r1 — December 16th, 2002
Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 alias potato
2.2r8 — impossible after release of 3.0
2.2r7 — July 13th, 2002
2.2r6 — April 3rd, 2002
2.2r5 — January 10th, 2002
2.2r4 — November 5th, 2001
2.2r3 — April 17th, 2001
If you have questions, please contact me at email@example.com.
Releases and updates as a graphic (by Robert Lemmen)