Thanks for wheezy, and well done
I have just upgraded my workstation at work, and my main laptop, to
wheezy. I'm a curmudgeon when it comes to upgrades. Change tends to
make me grumpy.
But it has been a remarkably fine experience. Very little has changed
in an annoying way. The upgrades went almost entirely smoothly.
Several irritating bugs have been fixed. I have experienced, as yet,
no regressions. The programs I was running out of a wheezy chroot are
now first class citizens, and I can now start doing the same with
(The one exception is that I have found the new iceweasel's pointless
UI churn irritating. I'm certainly not going to blame that on the
Debian iceweasel maintainers! And I guess given that I don't really
want to get involved with browser development I'll have to live with
the output of those people who do. Luckily the most annoying changes
can be disabled in about:config.)
I'll get on to upgrading chiark, my colo (first installed with Debian
0.93R5 in 1995) fairly soon. I expect that will have some actual
fallout and produce some new bug reports...