Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Johnny Hughes schrieb: > [...] > I am sorry if you do not agree with me on package version, BUT, the DRBD > developers SAY that 8.2 IS stable. They also roll changes into 8.0.x > first for testing .. THEN they roll them into 8.2.x. In fact, the > 8.0.12 changes will be in 8.2.6, which will be released soon. One could > argue that since 8.0 things get tested before inclusion into 8.2, that > it is 8.2 that is more stable. http://www.drbd.org/releases.html | 8.2.y | | Receives new features, and all bugfixes of 8.0. The protocol might get | extended with new releases. We include new features, and keep it | stable at the same time. | | | 8.0.y | | Is the current stable (in the sense of feature-frozen) branch, and | only receives bug fixes. The wire protocol is frozen as well. 8.0.y receives only bugfixes, so I doubt that many thing are tested in 8.0.y and then rolled into 8.2.y. At least not the new features. >From a debian point of view 8.2.y would be in unstable, 8.0.y in stable. But it's a bit confusing that both versions are called stable. Ralf