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trends.debian.net updated


https://trends.debian.net/ was just updated (with data until April 1st).

The main change is that graphs are now displayed by default for Debian
'testing' (thus hiding broken packages in unstable only). Graphs for
'unstable' are still available.

There are a few things that strike me:

- first, one can see how the number of package in testing decreases
  slowly during freezes, as broken packages are removed

- second, it's surprising to see how the number of packages has been
  quite stable since the beginning of the buster freeze

I keep wondering if we should make an effort to remove from testing
packages whose packaging 'style' is clearly outdated, such as packages
not updated since 2004 ('beav' is an example)...


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