[Grml] Grml Beta Test Coordination

Wernfried Haas amne at gentoo.org
Sat May 26 14:19:26 CEST 2007

On Sat, May 26, 2007 at 12:28:53AM -0700, Mark wrote:
> Beta cycles are meant to catch bugs before release.  Kernel regression
> is just another bug category.  A kernel regression which, for instance,
> broke your laptop, would prevent a grml release.  And that is how it
> should be.

Following that logic, there's always some minor bug in some kernel
which would be a release stopper. Debian stable goes into that
direction, and that's why there's a release that is "outdated" and
only every now and then.
Grml's focus is different, including an up to date kernel, which will
never be completely bug free. So please, stop beating a dead horse.

I know life sucks sometimes, but sometimes getting a helmet is the
best solution. ;-)


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