Purism on Rolling Releases

Gosh, this somehow enrages me:
> [Rolling Releases] are bad for stability, because the changes they bring are often not yet widely used, or tested, in real world situations.
This is utter bullshit. If your rolling release distribution is unstable you're bad at building a distro (which includes testing, duh!). Blaming it on the release model is mainly just FUD.
Maybe they should have not semi-forked and rebranded Debian for their own sales purposes.
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@vinzv oder man hat vergessen, das man das Entwicklungs-/Testing-Repository nutzt 😉

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