tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk
Sat Jul 23 11:38:54 UTC 2005
On Sat, 2005-07-23 at 08:52 +0700, Chanchao wrote:
> On Fri, 2005-07-22 at 19:14 +0100, Tony Arnold wrote:
> > Which begs the question how will we know when it is not too flaky and
> > good to use?
> When it's released.
> And for me personally, about a month after it's released and any
> upgrade-issues will have been worked out and documented.
> I really wonder why anyone at this point would 'need' Breezy. What
> specific things that Breezy provides do you actually need right now to
> do your work?
I should have explained myself a bit better. I'm not looking to use
breezy for production type work, I know it's not ready for that.
I have been trying it out though on an experimental basis. I have it
installed on a separate partition to my main system. Recently, though,
it has been so bad that X would not even start up, so it was almost
So I was going to wait a while until these problems got fixed, and I was
wondering how I would know when they were fixed without updating and
trying my breezy set up every day.
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