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Re: Gitlab Migration

From: Dmitry Gutov
Subject: Re: Gitlab Migration
Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2021 13:26:39 +0300
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On 03.09.2021 10:26, Philip Kaludercic wrote:
Ihor Radchenko<yantar92@gmail.com>  writes:

Can Emacs have "experimental" and "stable" dev branches with the former
being more open to "popular" changes? Then, people who wish a more
"popular" approach can use the experimental branch without disturbing
more conservative users. If features in experimental branch prove their
usefulness and quality, they can be moved to the stable branch.
In some sense this exists with prepared configurations (or
"distributions" as some call them). The changes they can make are not
exactly the same as a "experimental" branch could, but they can do a lot
of superficial and organisational changes.

And as those distributions have been around for some time, we could look at the changes in options they made and strongly consider making the changes in defaults where those distributions agree, or largely agree.

Those kind of arguments, however, aren't generally accepted around here either.

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