[ Please don't Cc: public replies to me. ] Philip Hands: > I think we should encourage them not to differentiate between the old and the > new (i.e. call them both 2.0 in adverts) because people that receive the old > version really are not going to suffer any real hardship. This is exactly the attitude that I disagree with. The changes between 2.0 and 2.0r1 are significant (fixes to security problems!). Having to download the changed packages, even if they are few, certainly _is_ a real hardship. Not everyone is on the Internet. However, I'm not going to argue the point further. This is a value decision, not a technical one, and I'm not willing to spend the effort to change everyone else's values to be correct. However, I don't want anyone to be able to say there is a consensus, when there is not.
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