jmbraddock at earthlink.net
Wed Nov 1 12:52:54 UTC 2006
Gergo Szakal wrote:
> There sure will be updates, but the 'really stable' version is Dapper at
> the moment, I don't know if Edgy+1 (just forgot the codename) will be
> the next 'really stable' release. I recall reading something like 'if
> you wanna try some brand new stuff out, swwitch to edgy, if you want
> stability, stay with dapper'.
Would Dapper being the the release intended for stability not preclude
putting an RC of XFCE in it? For comparison sakes are Ubuntu and
Kubuntu porting the latest Gnome and KDE releases back to Dapper or are
they leaving the Dapper versions alone, because they are stable?
In short, if my decision was to stick with Dapper for stability purposes
(say in a corporate environment), then I don't think I would be
concerned with it not having the most current RC of XFCE in it, but that
it had a stable version of XFCE in it.
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