Ubuntu is an african tribal word for “can’t install Gentoo”

16 06 2006

This made me laugh:

Only “stable” software is included in the Debian core distribution. In Debian project parlance, the term stable means that the software is no longer under active development or widespread use and that the authors are long dead; if software is still under active development, it undergoes changes too rapidly for the Debian project to incorporate them. Due to pressure from users, obsolete versions of certain software that is still under development may be included in the non-stable section, but its use is broadly discouraged, since it does not strictly adhere to the project’s guidelines, sometimes including software from after the renaissance.

[[ http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/Debian ]]




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