Re: splitting experimental by arch?
> If I have a package that is not yet production quality, it may have bugs
> (that destroy your file system, for example), but I need to distribute it
> so a few people with their eyes open can critique it and help fix any
> bugs, I distribute it to experimental. That, in my opinion, is what the
> distribution is for.
> Well, the opposing argument was that unstable is just the place for your
Then what *is* experimental for?
> And if it will take a long time for the package to become usable, then
> maybe Debian doesn't really want to distribute it?
And if it is the first release of a program written specifically for
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