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On the Heels of Wheezy, Aptosid Releases 2013-01 79

Posted by timothy
from the different-drummer-to-similar-tune dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Right on the heels of Debian's 7.0 ('Wheezy') release, the Aptosid team is proud to announce the immediate availability of the 2013-01 release. Aptosid is a rolling release built on top of Debian's most modern branch Sid, providing the most up-to-date kernel available with patches and stabilization not yet seen in mainline, along with many patched Debian packages, all while maintaining 100% compatibility with upstream Debian (unlike other distros based on Debian). If you think Debian Stable is too old to be useful, give Atposid a spin!"
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On the Heels of Wheezy, Aptosid Releases 2013-01

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  • Are you serious? (Score:3, Interesting)

    by philip.paradis (2580427) on Sunday May 05, 2013 @10:00PM (#43638435)

    If you think Debian Stable is too old to be useful, give Atposid a spin!

    Debian 7 is less than 24 hours into being the stable version, and went into release freeze status less than a year ago (2012-06-30). I'm endlessly amused by what people consider "old" these days.

Committees have become so important nowadays that subcommittees have to be appointed to do the work.

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