Re: What is consensus for meaning of stable/unstable? (Re: Does everything depend on everything?)
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- Subject: Re: What is consensus for meaning of stable/unstable? (Re: Does everything depend on everything?)
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- Date: Wed, 4 Nov 2009 16:01:19 -0800
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On Thu, 5 Nov 2009 13:10:37 +1300
Chris Bannister <email@example.com> wrote:
> AIUI, that _is_ the meaning. Think, stable - unchanging. esp in
> resp to API's etc.
> unstable - changing frequently at random.
> Not to be confused with "buggy ness" or "more likely to crash" etc.
The best place to get an answer to that question is from Debian
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