Re: GNOME 2.30: go stable or go cutting edge?

I tend to be conservative: if users want/need/expect stability (and what user doesn't expect that?), then it would be unacceptable if they ended up with an inconsistent, buggy, crashy, experience.

But, I am out of my depth, so let me ask questions. Has GNOME has been in this position before? What was decided then? What was the outcome?


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