wesley.werner at gmail.com
Fri May 23 07:28:48 UTC 2014
I have to point out that the term "stability" in the context of package
repos indicates the frequency with which a repo gets updated. Thus a repo
that gets frequent updates will receive bug fixes quicker.
Coincidentally bugs also get introduced quicker, but again get fixed sooner
Furthermore this proves the reliability of using time-tested code
(gnome/kde/xfce) vs an in-house developed code (unity). Teething problems
happen in code infancy, especially in ambitiously large systens.
On May 22, 2014 6:09 PM, "Frans de waal" <meesterarend at gmail.com> wrote:
> That is why I switched to Debian, more stable but no 64bit wine support
> yet :()
> On Wednesday, 21 May 2014, Lee Sharp <leesharp at hal-pc.org> wrote:
>> On 05/21/2014 06:01 AM, Miles wrote:
>>> I agree. Took me a while to get things as I'm used to them.
>> This is getting worse and worse each version now. I used to like the out
>> of the box install, and now I have to spend an hour getting things
>> functional. This is what segments the marketplace.
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