Re: Debian 2.2 Release.
Tomasz Wegrzanowski <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > If we actually followed your plan, I'm afraid debian would *never* be
> > stable.
> I was talking about applications (see my list : mozilla, freeciv, gnumeric...).
> They usually can't break anything but themself.
Breaking themselves is NOT acceptable either. What led you to believe
that it is acceptible to place apps into Debian with a not
insignificant risk that our users' vital apps would be compromised?
Mozilla and gnumeric are both relied upon by many people for important
tasks. I shudder to think what the result could be if a spreadsheet
has an arithmetic error, and because of your policy of speed before
quality, it goes into Debian before being tested. This is totally
> I never said we should 100%ly trust stability of new
> kernel, exim, pppd, glibc or gcc.
Why should we of anything else?