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Re: Updates in stable releases

* Kurt Roeckx:

>> If upstream has long-term stable versions with really limited changes
>> (your linux and postgresql-9.1 examples), we may use them instead of
>> rolling our own releases, based on the assumption that the released
>> version has seen some testing upstream and elsewhere, more than our
>> backport of a patch in isolation would receive prior to a release in a
>> Debian update.
> So I have the impression that if upstream has a stable branch and
> really only do bug fixes with a low chance of regressions that
> this will most likely be accepted.

Yes, that's the idea.  It's the contents that counts, not so much the
version number.

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