Re: Debian doesn't have to be slower than time.
Quoting Joey Hess (email@example.com):
> Michael Meskes wrote:
> > they just take the actual stable. Is that correct? If so, what do they do
> > with release critical bugs coming up in stable? Restore the last bug free
> > version from backup if possible?
> The BSD's use this little thing called "CVS".
Which would also be very useful for us. As it would allow us to
recreate the state of Debian as of a certain date is needed
People often think of research as a form of development -- that it's
about doing exactly what you planned, doing it on time, and doing it
with resources that you said you'd use. But if you're going to do
that, you have to know what you are doing, and if you know what you
are doing, it isn't really research."
--Dave Liddle, The New Yorker, Feb. 23/Mar.2, 1998, p84