Re: Why does Ubuntu have all the ideas?
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On Mon, Aug 28, 2006 at 07:44:59PM -0400, Daniel Dickinson wrote:
> Then lets look at how stable ubuntu stable is or is not. I know I've
> seen posts on these lists suggesting that ubuntu stable tends to pull
> in things from debian unstable and is therefore less stable.
Ubuntu does not pull packages from Debian unstable into its stable releases,
and never has. We pull packages from unstable into our development branch,
which is then progressively frozen, stabilized and released.