I just wanted to say thanks for implementing such a great idea. Being a home user I decided recently I really wanted to got to a rolling release distribution, I hate re-installing the OS every few months. But it seemed that rolling release inherently meant unstable and a pain to set up. LMDE with Update Packs has found a great niche in having a balance between stability and timely updates, along with using a rolling release and having a lot of pre-installed packages unavailable elsewhere.
Makes me wish I could do more to help out, it seems like a lot of this is done by Clem but hopefully I'm just ignorant of the team of people doing all this great stuff I need a modicum of stability so I don't think I'll be able to move to Incoming. I'm not a full software developer (just DSP code ) so I don't think I'll help that way. I guess I'll just have to donate!
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The inception of LMDE is the shining example that Clem listens to his team and we users. For a while many of us have desired to have a full Debian-based edition of Mint. In my humble opinion what we got far exceeded our expections.
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