mike at navi.cx
Tue Mar 29 16:38:24 CST 2005
On Tue, 2005-03-29 at 18:21 -0400, Gavin Hemphill wrote:
> I'm sorry Mike but I'm one user (and advocate of ubuntu in a significant
> user community in the Canadian Government) that disagrees with you.
> Users want stability first and the latest "x" only after they have
> become relatively competent with Linux in general. System
> administration and help desk support for the average user mandate
> stability first.
Again, I think we're applying the term stability to different things.
Does deploying Gaim 1.2 instead of 1.1.4 really cause big problems?
Bigger problems than caused by having less buggy software?
Well, maybe so. After all many places run NT 4 instead of Win2000 or XP.
Nonetheless, nothing in the decentralised model *forces* you to use the
latest releases, it just gives you the option to do so if you want.
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