Re: Some suggestion
2011/12/2 pei deng <email@example.com>:
> I think debian should release a publish version with roll updating as
> archlinux. and remove testing and sid version.
> because 'roll' is really a very good mechanism for software publish and
And how would then Debian continue releasing stable? Debian is
especially known for its stable release (prolly too much for it). Also
there are some problems with rolling releases - something may break at
unexpected point of time (just like in testing/unstable/experimental).
Without Sid we wouldn't have testbed for updates/upgrades making
system much less stable overall - and by then you could as well use
Arch. Besides you can use Testing as (kind-of) rolling distribution
(or if you want slightly newer packages then Sid or Sid/Experimental
(I was using Sid/experimental for long time, and it worked nicely,
until I tried playing with Linux containers (land of brevity,
especially when you don't know what you are doing) on my main system).
There was proposal for Constantly-Usable-Testing (CUT) as another
release of Debian, but I don't know too much about it.
Feel free to CC me.
May The Source be with You.