somehow i missed this
the old domain is still up (until the end of the year more or less) but it's a good idea to start moving to the new onehttp://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermai ... 27272.html
Stefano Zacchiroli <leader at debian.org> writes:
> In the meantime, and considering your intention of moving away from
> debian-multimedia.org, I'd like to ask you to transfer the old domain
> name to a Debian Trusted Organization, such as SPI or FFIS. We can agree
> on a timeline of, say, 6 months and we will be happy to use it as you
> please until that time period is over.
As I don't want to be bothered, I don't intent to transfert the domain
name. I'll delete the DNS entries in six months and not renew the domain
hi, I 've got a question:
I am planning to change my repos to testing when Debian freezes (by the second half of June) and I am going to use the original LMDE repos based in testing as stated in your FAQ. However there is a thing I don't understand: Why "latest LMDE" uses this repo: deb http://packages.linuxmint.com/
debian main upstream import, and "LMDE testing" uses this one: deb http://packages.linuxmint.com/
debian main upstream import backport romeo?. Is there much difference as far as stability is concerned?.
both are basically the same, the core components are there in both (main upstream import), the diff is backport (empty as far as i can remember) and romeo (the so called unstable where Clem sometimes tests somes pkgs before they are merged to main)
so, if you want to test beforehand some pkgs (with the consequent instability that it may bring) enable romeo otherwise they will be made available sooner or later.