2 things. 1st, it looks like that page popped up yesterday.
2nd, if they are experimental they are absolutely no good in any way shape or form for people who want a reliable system.
>Communication was attempted and failed. Serious problems include:
>#718225: live-build should authenticate files it downloads (from 2013)
>#731709: support uefi (from 2013)
>Neither of these issues have been fixed.
Now we are getting somewhere. How many times do you need to be asked something before you are willing to provide the evidence being sought? Did you provide any patches to get fix any of the issues you speak of?
>In person at DebConf meetings and on the BTS.
>vmdebootstrap has been a work in progress for a good while now, and Daniel
>at least was aware of this. It would appear this was not communicated to the
And you were somehow incapable of posting to the Debian Live mailing list?
>Updates on the Debian Trademark Policy will also be available soon to help
>clarify what is and is not "Official Debian".
To little to late I'm afraid. You see the problem is you come out with comments that you cannot backup, now you have to "update" a policy so you appear to be in the right.
>This is by no means normal for Debian, the problem here is that
>communication was one sided where we did not see any progress on the issues
>that were affecting the official live images and so we've ended up here.
So the images created by the Debian Live team are official.