Re: 1 year release good enough.
On Sun, Jan 1, 2012 at 15:16, Josselin Mouette <email@example.com> wrote:
> Le dimanche 01 janvier 2012 à 11:51 +0530, dE . a écrit :
>> Further, Desktop systems dont require that much of stability and
>> reliability and even security many times.
> This is the sentence with the highest bullshit density in your bullshit
> email. The largest security threat in today’s computing is certainly the
> terminal, as it is subject to a large amount of communication with a
> wide range of data of various sensibilities, making it the easiest way
> to expose sensible data from an open network. Desktops are the devices
> which require the most security attention, and in the next years this is
> going to shift to embedded devices as they start accessing an even wider
> range of data.
I do agree with Josselin in here. How is that Desktops systems don't
require that much stability? That's completely false. If you think
from the point of view of a user, you should be able to conclude that
when someone is using their Desktops and doing an important task for
them, they don't want the applications or the system to fail.
What I have been seeing, when it comes to changes in the release
cycles in Debian, it is that sometimes people who wants to suggest
something (as in this case) they actually do not understand correctly
how Debian works currently. In any case, it is still important that
these kind of discussions arise in certain times (but at least knowing
a bit about the release cycles).
Muammar El Khatib.
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