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On 9/29/2014 2:55 PM, Tom Davies <> wrote:
Yes, "Fresh" is stable but because it's had new features added we can
expect to find that some things that don't so well in "Fresh" and yet still
find that they work perfectly fine in "Still".

To many of us that all sounds like a lot of politicians, or marketing,


Why for criminy's sake reinvent these terms using such nonsensical words?

Just use *estabalished* terms, aka Debian...

Stable (Still). Testing (Fresh). Unstable (Development).

This is really just a ridiculous state of affairs.

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