Lucid not stable before end of april
johnneylee.rollins at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 00:24:57 UTC 2010
On Tuesday, February 9, 2010, Karl F. Larsen <klarsen1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Johnneylee Rollins wrote:
>>> Why? You opened the subject Jonney. I am the only one using
>>> 10.04 right now. Your not.
>> Not broken doesn't mean stable carle. I've already had a virtual
>> machine of lucid just keeping tabs on it.
>> You don't know what I do in my environment, but I do know the
>> difference between alpha, beta, release, stable and testing.
>> What you mean is that it isn't broken at the moment. It is no where
>> near stable currently, that is up to the devs to decide.
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> Look. I will not argue words with you. Call it what you want.
> Every morning I turn on my computer and there is Lucid 10.04
> sitting there running. I go to a back page and open a terminal
> and do aptitude update and then upgrade. This morning I got 44
> upgrades and 1 replacement. The system is working just fine. I
> get updates, my Lucid gets better. What is wrong with this
> picture to you?
> Are you getting updates daily to your Lucid in a virtual
> machine? Is it getting better or worse?
oh, lucid is alright. It's not personal. We're saying that calling it
stable isn't just incorrect, it's misleading. My lucid vm isn't
broken either. The vm is working fine, but the operating system isn't
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