in such a complicated process as the debian releases are a lot of things have to be done at the right time. is this planned enough by the release managers so that no unnecessary delays are produced? if this is planned enough, is it communicated enough?

note: i bet the release managers are very good at that, the question only came up because of the security-autobuilder stuff that is being talked about so much lately. i bet there was enough time to take care of that up to now. then again, perhaps there still is enough time and now is the perfect time to do it...