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Re: Christian Marillat, once again

On Sun, Jul 21, 2002 at 03:02:15PM -0400, Joe Drew wrote:
> > Debian frequently does *NOT* operate this way, when there are major
> > changes to the user interfaces.  For example, major releases of GNU
> > Emacs always get new package names.  Even minor releases of the kernel
> > get new package names.  Major guile releases, perl releases, etc., all
> > get new packages for JUST THIS REASON.
> However, you can also look at KDE, which operates this way. (i.e., no
> multiple versions.)

Despite everything I dislike about KDE('s developers), I have to grant
that they are far more organized about releasing new versions than Gnome

Joseph Carter <knghtbrd@bluecherry.net>         We can hope for the future
                                                But there might not be one
<Knghtbrd> aggh!
<Knghtbrd> MAKE IT STOP!
<Knghtbrd> MAKE IT STOP!!

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