On Thu, May 05, 2005 at 08:40:59PM +0100, Barry Flanagan wrote:
> Nils Olofsson wrote:
> > On Thu, 2005-05-05 at 19:59 +0100, Barry Flanagan wrote:
>> Well, at present you can freely interchange woody with stable, sarge
> with testing, sid with unstable. woody will always be woody, sarge
> always sarge. However, once sarge becomes stable, sid would then become
> testing and (can't remember what they are calling the new unstable)
> would become unstable.
There is no new unstable. There will be a new testing. Sid ==
unstable forever now.
Once sarge is released, sarge == stable, something == testing,
sid == unstable.
It's a bit like FreeBSD, where you have -CURRENT always being
the current version, and releases forked off -STABLE from time
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