Well, I'm sorry, but not always. e.g. I remember, when I used Debian Testing yet, an update broke Metacity and we had to wait for almost 10 to 15 days before to have the "good" update which repaired it..GoustiFruit wrote:If any update was to break anything (still has to happen), then the next update would fix it. Point barre.
"Corrected" maybe but I would not say it really "improves" but rather it is in perpetual changing with perpetual bugs, patches, bugs... never really "mature".GoustiFruit wrote:A rolling distro is a distribution that is corrected and improved day after day. It matures and perfects slowly.
Well, yes, some/many ("stupid/bad") distros are like that, unfortunately...GoustiFruit wrote:Other distributions push a big update (=install), full of bugs, people complain and after a few months things start to get patched and working again. Just in time for the next big update (=install).
Disrupting upgrades are such a PITA that many managers prefer to ignore the problem altogether and just do nothing.