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I too am an end user and not a developer. From my perspective it is not at
all difficult to generally keep up to date with the latest software
(although the 4.1. desktop-integration thing threw me for a while). All new
releases are clearly badged: don't use on production machines. So don't
then. This is not the fault of the developers if people install software
that is not to be used on production machines on production machines. If
your sysadmin is chasing the latest releases, s/he needs to decide on
stability versus the latest gizmo that may well lead to a broader
instability elsewhere.

Nothing is anyone's fault. I am not complaining. But as some people
suggested yesterday and before, there should be a "last known stable
releases" page where all the stable releases should be mentioned so that
the user can make an informed choice.


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