Rick Moen wrote:
> It may be just me, but I think people fixated on "releases" are missing
> the point: Releases are just points of departure -- installation
> suites. For those of us who track testing/unstable, it wouldn't really
> make a lot of difference if sarge never released at all: It simply
> doesn't make the least bit of difference. Maybe that's one of the
> underlying reasons why they're tardy. ;->
I can see my posting to ILUG in an alternate universe went something
like the following.
"Dear ILUG, I'm running Debian \"testing\" and my server has just caught
fire.... what should I do "?
Enter randomer stage left :
"That's what you get for not running stable " !!!!!
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