asterisk 126.96.36.199~dfsg-1 binary packages?
dr at jones.dk
Fri Aug 28 07:08:38 UTC 2009
On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 08:37:11PM -0400, Eloy Paris wrote:
>P.S. Guys, I realize I'm running unstable and you are uploading these
>beta packages to unstable, but people running unstable sometimes use
>unstable for production-type things. What's the rationale for
>uploading a beta of something as critical as a PBX to unstable;
>wouldn't it be better to upload mission critical, non-stable, beta
>software to experimental?
Debian unstable is *not* intended for release of unstable code. It is
intended for stable code, which needs to be tested together - i.e. being
unstable as *distribution*.
So if a release of Asterisk is known ahead to be unstable in itself,
then you are right that it is better suited for experimental.
(I am no saint here - I have not broken that golden rule multiple times
myself over time...)
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