Re: The intro paragraph for daily-builds directory is out of date.
On Apr 9, 2008, at 7:42 PM, Rick Thomas wrote:
But now that you mention it, I should go back and see if I can find
anything else that might improve the "user experience".
Quoting from <http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/daily-builds/>
These images are produced regularly, normally twice daily but this
may change from time to time. There are multiple CDs built in each
"etch" businesscard for each arch except s390 (small image, no
packages - just contains d-i)
"etch" netinst for each arch except s390 (slightly larger image, d-
i and the base system only)
"sid" businesscard (as above)
"sid" netinst (as above)
The "lenny" and "sid" versions determine the version of d-i used in
each case. "lenny" uses the last known-good d-i image from the
archive (aka lenny beta 1 at the moment). "sid" uses the latest
build from the porters for each architecture.
Shouldn't the two "etch" references be "lenny" instead?
I suspect that's the best we can do short of rewriting it entirely to
be completely "timeless" -- which I don't think would be a good
idea. It would inevitably entail loss of "timely" information that
really has no other logical place to go.