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Re: Bug#264031: marked as done (www.debian.org: releases/sarge/errata.wml: no more non-us in sarge)

* Debian Bug Tracking System <owner@bugs.debian.org> [2004-09-18 07:33]:
> On Fri, Aug 06, 2004 at 10:28:08PM +0200, Nicolas Bertolissio wrote:
>> I thought there was no more non-us in sarge, and there is only one
>> proposed-update line for sources.list.
>> so please either add the non-us propose update line or remove the
>> reference to non-us above.
> I removed the reference to non-US.

 Out of the curiosity, I think we really should add a paragraph that
discourages people to use the proposed-updates. The thing with it is
that any Debian Developer can upload broken packages to there, and in
fact it did happen every now and then.

 So people should be warned that it is no good idea to use it for a
stable system, only with quite some checking.

 So long,
<thought_police> that would be hiding our problems, a clear violation of Social
Contract #3. Go to jail. Do not pass through 'Go'. Do not collect $200.
</thought_police>       -- Gunnar Wolf about discussions in debian-private,

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