To say that "Anything that takes 3 years to release is completely broken." when referring to the Debian distribution, would be similar (not exactly the same as) to saying your writings are completely wrong. Your comments show a lack of understanding of the subject. Anyone connected to the internet has several options if they prefer not to use the stable release including; testing, unstable, backports, and partial upgrades. For those not connected to the internet, things wouldn't be as good but they could still get a set of CDs made from testing, and its not like stable isn't functional. After the next Debian release, the processes that will be in place, will cause all your concerns to basically go away. Debian doesn't need to have six month releases, they need to be a great distribution and have more people understand the goals of the project.
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