Re: GNOME question
This sounds very much like the need for package pools. As a user of debian
I have never been satisfied with the up-to-date versions of stable
programs and have usualy run frozen. But the lag time between unstable and
I wish debian could do something to get newer versions of programs to the
end user in a timely manner.
On 11 Aug 2000, Brian May wrote:
> >>>>> "Michael" == Michael Meskes <email@example.com> writes:
> Michael> Could anyone tell me why this double work is needed?
> Michael> Wouldn't it be better to have but one source for these
> Michael> packages?
> Having Helix distributed separately from Debian, means you can use
> apt-get to upgrade to the latest woody version of Gnome while keeping
> my other potato packages as up-to-date potato packages.
> Ok, perhaps this is really a limitation in apt, but I think it is an
> important issue.
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