Jeff Bailey wrote: > I would like to see testing, too - but one of the main reasons there have > been broken packages in unstable is that noone was building them. Exactly my point. Even if unstable were broken, we would have an usable distribution in testing. The recent problem with gcc and friends is a good example of this. The new almost-dummy gcc would not be moved from unstable to testing until the real gcc on which it depends is available.