Re: Reviving the Debian FAQ
Kamaraju Kusumanchi <email@example.com> writes:
> The document does not endorse using unstable. It clearly encourages to
> use stable. But if one wants to choose between unstable and testing then
> it says to go with unstable.
It's fine to give reasons why unstable might be preferable given such a
choice (though your general tone seems somewhat unfairly biased against
testing -- you make it sound scarier that it really is). But the sentence
"Testing is intended for Debian developers. If you are not a Debian
developer, then install unstable as opposed to testing" is nonsensical;
just get rid of it.
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