On 7 Sep 2004, at 21:48, Rick Moen wrote:
>> I would suggest sarge+unstable with apt-pinning if you want to be able
>> to get to the latest and greatest software on a desktop, just sarge if
>> you just want a solid system.
>> Strongly agree, except using branch names rather than functional
> (symlink) names is almost aways a mistake. So, I'd say
> "testing+unstable with apt-pinning" and "just testing", in the above.
Almost always, yes, except as now, right before a new stable release.
Because if you say "testing" now you'll get packages from sarge. But if
you are then unwise enough to not change that to "stable" after the
release, isn't there a danger that you'll find yourself in "etch" land
without wanting to be ?
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