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Re: Finding an improved release process.

On Sat, Nov 27, 2004 at 01:34:09PM +1100, alexeijh@westnet.com.au wrote:
> People often suggest running testing or unstable. "It's just as stable as any 
> distro". I have never agreed with this. The reason for this is that neither 
> are engineered or intended for being an end product. 

This is an improper definition of 'stable'. It doesn't mean
'reliable', it means 'not changing'. The important feature of a stable
release is that it stays the same.

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