I see what you mean. I don't know the status of "testing".
Currently jitsi-meet 2807, videobridge 1031 and all the others from
"unstable" are running here: https://demo.lindeas.com/ while the
"stable" ones are on https://meet.lindeas.com/
We didn't have issues with these, but like I said they are development
and/or demonstration servers, they don't get a lot of beating, for the
clients we use "stable" repo.
I may be wrong, but I think all the packages (including "unstable")
have to pass automated tests before being uploaded. But I'm already
The point is that "unstable" works pretty well for pre-production, debs
are installable and are OK as packages (while "stable" should have
gotten more bugfixing of the code itself).
I'm not a jitsi dev, just speaking as a user.
On Tue, 20 Feb 2018 18:33:48 -0300 Daniel Bareiro wrote:
On 20/02/18 15:43, Yasen Pramatarov wrote:
Hi Jitsi team!
It's been a while since I've seen updates in testing repo. I think
that so far this year I have not seen any (although I may also be
wrong). Is it possible or maybe there is a problem with the package
These are the latest versions that I can find in the repo:
I may be wrong, but I think "stable" and "unstable" are the ones
that get updates:
"Unstable" getting all the builds and "stable" -- well, the stable
ones. Maybe there is no room (need, time etc.) for "testing", but
I'm not from the team, I may be wrong.
BTW I'm using "stable" and "unstable" for production and dev
platforms respectively and it's all been OK, but YMMV.
Boris Grozev, from a conversation he had some time ago with Damian
Minkov, told me that packets that pass a set of automatic tests go to
the Testing repository, whereas Stable is only manually updated.
That's why I found it strange to not see updates in all this time. At
least I do not remember seeing them.
What versions are you currently running from the Unstable repo?
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