Richard Brown schrieb:
A) 'this has been tested (ideally by both human
and automated means) and
is confirmed by those tests to be functioning'
B) 'this has been tested (ideally by both human and automated means),
confirmed to be working, and is felt to be 'stable' by the maintainers
of that project'
I disagree on B because Factory ought to be the development distro, not
a "fully stable" distro. There can be bugs, that's OK, as long as it's
in a state where it's well enough usable for day-to-day operation and
any significant bugs are worked on and fixed fast.
So, I'd replace "stable" with "well-usable in daily operation" in
definition of B and then I feel it matches what Factory should be. What
I would add in though is that is should not apply to "this" in terms of
the particular package only, but "the result of this change", which
should include what it does to all dependencies that are in Factory (in
most cases, this will not make a huge difference, but in cases like gcc
it can be huge).
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