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#1 2013-01-22 19:11:57

vicshrike
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From: /grill
Registered: 2009-02-13
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Statler vs Waldorf devel sections

The Statler devel section is 29 pages long. The Waldorf devel section is only 11 pages long! Ideas about the difference anyone? If I
remember right, their time as devel releases is about the same now, maybe Waldorfs is a little bit shorter. Is it the change from Ubuntu that is  to blame, or the superiority of Debian?  big_smile


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#2 2013-01-22 19:31:08

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Re: Statler vs Waldorf devel sections

Yes, Debian is far superior to U-no-hoo.  big_smile


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#3 2013-01-22 21:17:38

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Re: Statler vs Waldorf devel sections

Yes, it is the superiority of Debian that is to blame. tongue

Moreover, I've gotten the impression that the threads in the Waldorf development area are of a more global nature, whereas the Statler development threads are primarily single-topic.


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#4 2013-01-27 08:14:13

vicshrike
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Re: Statler vs Waldorf devel sections

hmmm have not thought about it that way, an interesting observation, but maybe we should make it simple
and "blame" corenominal for it; Waldorf  twice as good as Statler!  wink

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