On Thu, 3 Apr 2008 09:57:31 +0100 Holger Levsen <email@example.com> wrote: > Hi, > > On Thursday 03 April 2008 07:19, Anibal Avelar wrote: > > Totally I agree. Testing is fine for a personal Desktop machine. > > I disagree. > > It's fine for some persons desktops, yes. > > But it is neither "feature"-supported nor security supported, if users have > problems they'll get "use stable if you cant deal with problems" responses. > Testing may also broken for an undefined time (because it is a tool for > developments and transitions might well be more important than fixing this or > that bug). And there are more reasons why testing is called testing. > > So, IMO, testing is fine for a personal developers desktop. But not in > general. And stable is not fine for a desktop in general, because it has outdated packages which are not what a desktop user wants. Testing is fine for a desktop, as long as you know you may have to deal with breakages from time to time. Not that it happens often, at least from my experience. -- KiyuKo <eof AT kiyuko DOT org> Resistance is futile, you will be garbage collected.
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