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Le 06.08.2014 16:22, Paul a écrit :
On Wed, 06 Aug 2014 15:56:13 +0200
"Charles-H. Schulz" <> wrote:

LTS will never, however magically produce a "better quality release"

No, not magically, but by the very nature of it being around for longer
it will, in the end, result in a more stable product.

Really? So a software "being around" gets patches through the Holy Spirit? LTS versions are never declared LTS months after they are released. One version (one over two, in the case of Canonical) is agreed and announced as LTS, and receives a specific treatment resulting from a specific contract for a specific (longer) period of time. LTS implies the existence of a business and a support machinery, not the virtue of time.



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