On Tue, Dec 20, 2016 at 9:33 PM Gerald B. Cox <gbcox@bzb.us> wrote:

Right.  I understand that but the solution of letting things stay in updates-testing for a long time isn't a great way to implement that.  It an abuse of updates-testing. 

No one is doing that.  You have to read the whole thread.  

What makes you assume I didn't?  I am quoting you again

" KDE folks by and large want the updates as fast as possible.  If the GNOME folks would like
their updates to age for six months, they can just keep them in updates-testing."