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re: Lenny's release date

Um.... my guess is sooner then the respin on PCLinuxOS 2007?

Although it's possible the PCLinuxOS dev team is just lazy (or is that the group formed by the team suggested by the committee thats discussing the possibility of the concept for respining the 2007 release), I imagine someone on the dev team has a financial interest in bandwidth, therefore they love having a release that requires 9 bazillion megs worth of patches and updates after a "fresh" (sorry, I just threw up a bit in my mouth) install.

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