[PC-BSD Testing] Well done with the edge and quarterly updates choice, this makes PCBSD unique and wanted

Hans Ruhe hansruhe1 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 5 04:29:00 PDT 2014

Hello Gour,

As I understand the edge packages are for testing. So you can expect issues
The quarterly updates as I understand are more stable as they have been
tested before (If I am wrong, please correct me)

But even in production things can go wrong, that is the case with every OS
you use. The question is than, how serious is the bug, is it a little one
or a big one. And how does it affect your system ? Is it really bugging you
or can you ignore the bug.
But I am not a developer, I test also. I did test professionally, but that
was another Unix story and a totally other application running on Unix.

So for the answer on your question, it is better to have the developer team
giving you the answer.

Best regards,

2014-04-05 12:24 GMT+02:00 Gour <gour at atmarama.net>:

> Hans Ruhe <hansruhe1 at gmail.com> writes:
> > This has been a joined effort and I must say I am impressed. To  be able
> to
> > choose for quarterly updates or edge makes PCBSD unique ! I was a bit
> late
> > as of work issues, but better late than never.
> I must say that I was a little bit burned when completely broken
> Virtualbox ended in Edge some time ago and then I reverted back to
> Production.
> Otoh, I'm not afraid helping to test some new packages, but wonder if
> that instance with Virtualbox was just an unfortuante slip or it's a
> general behaviour one has to become familiar with if wanting to be on
> Edge?
> Sincerely,
> Gour
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