Re: "testing" improvements
On Thu, Feb 27, 2003 at 09:29:27AM +0100, J?r?me Marant wrote:
> > unstable is where packages go immediately, to be tested as soon as
> > possible.
> > testing is where packages go after they have (hopefully) received some
> > testing, been shown to build maybe-successfully, etc., and are
> > considered
> > releasable until demonstrated otherwise.
> I'm sorry but most people that want recent versions of packages
> in a more stable state use testing, not unstable. These are facts,
> not theory. Since, testing is a pre-stable release it has to be
> tested even more than unstable, because what's going to be on CDs
> is testing not unstable.
What is your point exactly? That people use testing to get newer packages,
so we should force newer packages into testing despite its purpose?