Re: Debian Bug#20445 disagree
Santiago Vila <email@example.com> wrote:
> If we start putting experimental things in CDs, then we should create
> another distribution "really-experimental", since experimental
> seems not to be "safe" enough...
Or create an "expirmental" priority.
The policy manual says:
This contains packages that conflict with others with higher
priorities, or are only likely to be useful if you already
know what they are or have specialised requirements.
(I got this from
Presumably, we think that this is not an appropriate category for
packages which are only useful for people with a 2.1.* or higher
kernel. If this is true, we need to come up with a description
which is generally adequate, and create ourselves an "experimental"
Frankly, I'm don't understand why "extra" isn't an adequate category.
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