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Re: Debian images on Microsoft Azure cloud

On Nov 12, Thomas Goirand <zigo@debian.org> wrote:

> >> changes, isn't a point of argumentation (see my previous mail). All of
> >> the packages must be taken from stable, unchanged, and if some are taken
> >> from backports, this must be explicit, and the image shouldn't be called
> >> "stable Debian". Official, yes, but not stable (maybe stable + some
> >> backports would be ok...).
> > While this is techically true, I do not think that it would also be 
> > helpful in any way.
> Helpful for who?
Like, our users who are looking for Debian stable images.

> I don't think it's helpful for the project to let $cloud-provider to do
> as his pleased with our Debian trademark, and call whatever as "Debian
> stable", just because it makes sense for the marketing department. We
We build the images and we do call them "Debian stable" because it makes 
sense for our users.

> have long established rules, I don't see why they wouldn't apply for the
> "official Debian" cloud images.
Because it would create a better experience for the affected users with 
no downsides?


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