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Re: (seemingly) declinging bug report numbers

 ❦ 11 octobre 2012 22:33 CEST, Benjamin Drung <bdrung@debian.org> :

>> > I can confirm the trend for a couple of organisations.  The primary
>> > reason that I identified was the retirement of security support for
>> > Lenny and that Lenny packages are removed from many Debian mirrors which
>> > made it difficult to use Lenny machines.  IMHO, supporting an OS release
>> > for only 3 years is not long enough.
>> FWIW, it should be noted Ubuntu only supports most packages for 3 years
>> as well. The subset of packages considered for "Server" support is
>> supported for 5, but most people will suggest you follow the LTS upgrade
>> path, which is very similar to Debian Stable's.
> Since Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, the LTS versions are supported for five years on
> the desktop, too.
> [1] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LTS

 This only applies to "main", right?
Use variable names that mean something.
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