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Re: libstdc++... Help please

On Tue, Apr 29, 2003 at 08:05:48PM +0200, Andreas Metzler <ametzler@downhill.at.eu.org> was heard to say:
> David Starner <dvdeug@ispwest.com> wrote:
> >> sid=unstable - you know that, don't you?
> > We need someone to test unstable, don't we? We can not realistically
> > test our distribution if the only people running it are those with many
> > computers who put it on one they aren't really using. Please don't give
> > our testers crap for actually testing the system in real life
> > situations.
> If somebody _needs_ his computer working 100% ("I've got an essay due
> in 24 hours...") and runs unstable on it imho some reminder that this
> might be a bad choice is *required*.

  I think it would be more useful to say that if you have an essay
due in 24 hours, doing an upgrade may not be a good idea :)


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