Re: problems with the concept of unstable -> testing
Josselin Mouette <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Maybe thatʼs because I maintain packages with a large audience, but I
> donʼt find that effect very important.
You're right about the large audience, it does make quite a
> Actually I donʼt think we should recommend testing at all to desktop
> users. Except during freeze times, I find unstable to be much more
> usable, and keep testing for (non-production) servers.
> However it is important to keep a large testing userbase, since
> developers donʼt (at least, they arenʼt supposed to) use it. Some bugs
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