On Thu, 2010-02-18 at 09:35 -0400, Patrick Boutilier wrote:
> Please re-read my original reply. I said it *increases* the risk
> flaky system. Kevin appears to agree.
>> And you think it's true that you cant back out and stop using
>> updates-testing because you used it once?
> Ditto. I didn't say that either.
But you did say "It can then be hard to back out to *not* using
updates-testing for every future update."
I did say that (and I still need convincing that it can never happen
even theoretically) but it doesn't seem likely in practice.
I don't understand the logic there. If you use updates-testing to
the kde packages from updates-testing and then stop using
updates-testing, eventually the updates you got from updates-testing
make it to updates. From that point on you are back to the same state
you would have been by just using updates.
If you go back over the thread you'll see I also said that.