Updates being pushed?

Toshio Kuratomi a.badger at gmail.com
Thu Aug 28 19:34:48 UTC 2008

nodata wrote:
> Can I ask if there will be a plan for how to push a critical package
> update out to users if this was to happen again?
> By this I mean, package X has a critical security hole at the time of an
> infrastructure problem.
We can have processes that make this faster but unfortunately if the 
infrastructure problem is bad enough, there's no way we can push package 
X out until the problem is at least partially resolved.

ie: We have to have a trusted machine to build packages on.  We have to 
have a trusted machine to sign packages on.  If we have to rebuild all 
of the boxes then all we can do is prioritise getting those back online 
and having a process for quickly getting the new key in use on those 


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