* Marcus Moeller <mail(a)marcus-moeller.de> [2010-06-24 15:43]:
home: is not
so much a problem IMO, just a consequence. With more
packages migrating to factory, the fewer repos you need. The fewer
repos you have, the stronger one is inclined to keep it that way
(to not add more).
Okay, got your point. But isn't 'Base for derivatives' heading in the
other direction: fewer packages in Factory and more in 3rd party
Yes, and it doesn't make sense to me. Why not simply create a
Factory-LTS branch containing links to a subset of Factory
packages which are designated to receive LTS support instead
of messing with Factory itself?
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