Rick Moen wrote:
>Quoting Niall Walsh (linux at esatclear.ie):
>>>>Any idea what sort of traffic this would generate, and what % of the
>>traffic would actually feature security issues? It is a good idea
>>>>>>No idea. Would have to try it.
>>Meanwhile, I'm (very) unconvinced that DSA postings haven't, for the past
>couple of years, more than adequately covered the testing branch
>regardless of the Debian Security Team's careful disclaimer of any
>promise to reliably do so. I cannot recall any _significant_ security
>software issue affecting "testing" (as to software on my systems, at
>least) over the last few years that wasn't announced in a DSA. Can you?
>>>No, but to be honest that doesn't say very much as I wasn't paying
attention :-) Worthy of investigation (I'm off to an AGM now so no
chance til tomorrow at best).
>(I liked some of the ideas you included at the bottom of your post, but
>won't comment because I really should think about them before
>>I'd have liked to have thought about it a bit more before posting, but I
fear I would have forgotten it all completely! Release early and often!
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