I hope they live up to the name "Trusty" in 14.04.
I had doubts about "Precise" but ultimately it did live up to it's name :D
I updated the /devel/ install I have and now they are all pointing to /trusty/.
W: Conflicting distribution: http://ca.archive.ubuntu.com devel Release (expected devel but got trusty)
W: Conflicting distribution: http://ca.archive.ubuntu.com devel-updates Release (expected devel-updates but got trusty)
W: Conflicting distribution: http://ca.archive.ubuntu.com devel-backports Release (expected devel-backports but got trusty)
W: Conflicting distribution: http://security.ubuntu.com devel-security Release (expected devel-security but got trusty)
I'll likely just wait for the "flavors" Alpha 1 release to give things a try.
In the meanwhile I need to figure out where and how to start a new "GNOME fallback/flashback (no effects)" project :)
Likely right here since I know Edubuntu dev is going to keep it alive.
See the package update mailing list: https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/tr...ober/date.html
I'm more interested in which kernel get used - Debian is using at the moment (testing) 3.10.XX - 3.12 would be good for Radeon users and I was never a friend of LTS Enablement Stacks as I stick for various reasons within a certain kernel line.