Dapper is LESS stable than Breezy.

Joel Bryan Juliano joelbryan.juliano at gmail.com
Sun Jun 11 08:20:40 UTC 2006

On 6/11/06, Daniel Carrera <daniel.carrera at zmsl.com> wrote:
> Joel Bryan Juliano wrote:
> > As far as I know, every main applications that is included in Dapper is
> > carefully screened for stability. I suggest that before INSTALLING
> > another app from multiverse, and universe, try not to blame that on
> > Dapper, consider the source, and accuracy, since none of those app is
> > installed by default.
> What the HELL are you talking about? NONE of those are in universe or
> multiverse. We are talking about Firefox, Thunderbird, X and Gnome. ALL
> OF THEM ARE IN "MAIN", 3 of them are installed by default, and 2 of them
> are critical components, and all of them are standard use applications
> (the stuff you expect 99% of your user base to use), present in the main
> repository, and the most popular apps of their class for Ubuntu's user
> base. You can't get any more "supported" than X, Gnome and Firefox; and
> Thunderbird is right up there.
> Geeez!

Well 99% of those people who use it got is stable, 1% is where you are.

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