[aur-dev] lib32-gtk3 block and no AUR User Guidelines presidence

David Phillips dbphillipsnz at gmail.com
Fri Apr 10 00:16:42 UTC 2015

As far as I was aware, it was a (pretty well-respected) gentlemen's
rule to append '-testing' or '-unstable' onto any package which is in
testing, is unstable, or pulls from any of the official testing repos.
Perhaps I am wrong. Something to note is that an AUR search for
packages containing '-testing' in the name returns 17 packages and
'-unstable' 44.

I should think it would be general courtesy for any maintainer to hold
off on an update like this but I am aware some parts of the community
may be allergic to this thinking.

Bear in mind that the AUR guidelines are on the wiki, so anyone can
make this change if the general consensus is that the community agrees
with you.

Four word witty remark

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