I am trying to answer some questions from Serpro [1], an interested
government agency that receive attention [0] from Debian Partners

- Expected release date for Lenny.
- How test/guarantee today high end hardware (SAN, blades
, etc) work fully with Lenny? Are there regression tests?
- How help Debian at this task of high end hw drivers?
- How much time takes a security patch to be issued?
- Are there regression tests to allow distro consistency of a
security fix backport to a VERY old version of a sw,
already outside of security team action scope? (Lets say, a
Pg 6.x on Lenny, unmaintained even at upstream. Please, do
not discuss the merit of this approach, as it is _their_ IT mgmt
problem to solve.) How release team verify distro consistency?
Could it be reproduced in house? Is a repackaging enough?

Could you point an url with the correct answers to these questions?
Andre Felipe Machado

[0] http://lists.debian.org/debian-publi.../msg00000.html
[1] http://lists.debian.org/debian-publi.../msg00088.html
[2] http://qa.debian.org/debcheck.php
[3] http://release.debian.org/tools.html
[4] http://security-tracker.debian.net/tracker/
[5] http://www.linuxdriverproject.org
[6] http://freedomhec.org/
[7] http://kmuto.jp/debian/hcl/

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