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Re: Bad press related to (missing) Debian security

also sprach Matthew Palmer <mpalmer@debian.org> [2005.06.28.1104 +0200]:
> > Other distros don't have such problems with security. I'm
> > complain because I think it was mistake to install Debian Sarge
> > on this servers. :-(
> You're complaining to *us* because someone *else* made a decision
> you don't agree with?  

No, he installed Sarge because it was cool back at the time.

I do wonder what kind of ISP switches to sarge right after the
release... those who need security probably stay with woody just
a little longer for all the childhood problems to resolve themselves
(read: sarge r1). That said... of course woody is currently also
potentially vulnerable.

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