> Just use testing/wheezy, there's no need to face with the unstable release
testing[wheezy] is quite similar to unstable[sid] generally ... things get a bit
more lively around the release time for a new stable when testing is frozen for
six months before the new release, then becomes the new release, then changes
rapidly as all the backlog moves in. experimental also exists and has had things
like ardour3 on it sometimes, packages or versions that are not in sid but are
tests or alternatives being tried out before being moved into sid.
Sid is more useful than testing if what you want from your system is a system
that matches the system that the packagers are using to prepare new packages, in
particular if you want to be able to use the packages that the multimedia
maintainers are making. That list has been growing rapidly for the last year or so.
Linux-audio-user mailing list