Re: enlightenment_0.16.3-6.deb for ppc
>> ... by the way, yes it is *unstable*, I know it. But this must not
>> necessarily imply that it *must* crash, right?
>> Shall we conclude that ``frozen'' is, de facto, a synonym for
>> ``unstable''? Or shall frozen better contain the 0.16.3-6 packages?
> It should not be considered stable until it is called so. Wait
> another month or two.
I think we should get back to what ``frozen'' means at this point.
It is properly the collection of all packages that will be released as
Debian 2.2 in about two monts. As such, although there is no guarantee
that it will not break on you, it is supposed to be far more stable
than ``unstable''. Now, if the ppc stream can not provide a certain
package in a certain version, it will then produce the version that
best fits with the original aim for ``frozen'', that is the most
Therefore, if a certain maintainer uploads a certain package
(enlightenment, for example) in ``frozen'', we all assume that
1. we can install it (!)
2. we can run it (even if it may still crash at some point).
As enlighenment can not even be installed, then I ask for the last
time to PLEASE!!! put back the 0.16.3-6 version of enlighenment in
``frozen''. I remind that perl has the same problem...