Re: possible hole in mozilla et al
At 15:38 2002-05-08 -0600, Tim Uckun wrote:
The situation right now is that for production you run an ancient system
or cross your fingers, hold your breath and run unstable.
Coming from a corporate environment I hardly feel that stable is ancient.
With most commercial operating systems the quality control seems so poor it
takes a few years before we feel comfortable moving to a new release.
But with Debian I can point to the unstable-testing-stable system and my
boss understands that it has already gone through a 'teething' period
before it's released.
If Debian were to accelerate the path to stable too much stable would loose
it's value to us. (unless security fixes were released for older stable
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