...and I am very glad! On Friday 13 November 2015 08:27:23 Ben Armstrong wrote: > So please, everyone who is anxious about what happens in the coming > months, remain calm about this and let's not spread disinformation. If > the Debian CD team succeeds in their efforts and produces a replacement > that is viable, reliable, well-tested, and a suitable candidate to > replace live-build, this can only be good for Debian. If they are doing > their job, they will not "[replace live-build with] an officially > improved, unreliable, little-tested alternative". I've seen no evidence > so far that they operate that way. And in the meantime, live-build > remains in the archive -- there is no hurry to remove it, so long as it > remains in good shape, and there is not yet an improved successor to > replace it. That is what I wanted to hear, Ben, thank you! Yes, the ability to choose between alternative tools is a good thing.
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