Re: Sarge Release?
On Tue, Aug 10, 2004 at 02:32:47PM -0700, Paul Johnson wrote:
> James <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > I've googled around but can seem to find a date for the release of
> > Sarge as stable. Anyone have any guesses?
> Sometime around Christmas 2003. Realistically, whenever
> debian-installer is ready. Debian uses roughly the same schedule as
> Apogee Software: When it's good and ready to be released, that's when
> it'll be released.
> However, nothing is stopping you from changing stable in your
> sources.list to sarge if you want a head start.
> > Will it include Debian Installer, or use a more historical approach
> > to installation?
> > Will Debian woody systems be able to seemlessly use an upgrade semantic
> > published by Debian.org, or will it be a feeding freenzy.
> apt-get will do it all for you.
> > PS. Woody is way too old of a distro for me to recommend.......
> Yes, thank you, we've heard that before. When it comes to any software,
> you have two options: New and unreliable or old and solid. Pick one,
> not both.
Thats not entirely true, for example with M$ windows you get the option
of new and unreliable or old and even less reliable (see win 3.11,
win95, win98, winme ...) ;-)