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On 9/30/2014 10:40 AM, Sophie <> wrote:
Le 30/09/2014 16:12, Tanstaafl a écrit :
variation) - ie, 'Stable', 'Testing', 'Development' - is what is ridiculous.

But those doesn't exist anywhere else, because we are not producing a
distro but a desktop software and the concept is completely different.
And yet, this is something that you don't want to ear.

Not at all... it is nothing to do with my not wanting to hear anything.

The end result software is completely different, but the concept is

All you need to do to confirm this is read what you (the proponents of
these silly/ridiculous newly invented terms 'Fresh' and 'Still') say to
*describe* these terms to see this.

Saying otherwise is totally disengenuous.

Use STANDARD terms, then precisely define THOSE.

Which are certainly not stable, testing and development.

Seriously? If you truly believe this, then you have never done any
software development.

If you really insist on having two different 'Stable' branches, then
name them something like 'Stable-New' and 'Stable-Old' or something else
that makes much more sense than 'Still' or 'Fresh.

Then, do you think that those two stable won't confuse the users?

Some, yes, but *far* *far* less than 'Still' and 'Fresh', nd it will be
much easier to explain the difference.

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