Re: Debian buster & gnucash
- Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2018 16:13:47 -0500
- From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Debian buster & gnucash
On Thursday 08 February 2018 14:46:24
> On Thu 08 Feb 2018 at 12:25:54 -0500, Donald F. Emery wrote:
> > I am new to debian and was hoping someone could tell me why GNUCASH
> > was not in debian testing.
> I am a member of the Debian Angling Association. We teach people how
> to fish.
> The Debian Packages link on the home page lets you search for the
> fishing gear we have on offer. On the right of the package's page the
> Developer Information link should bring you up-to-date on whether a
> particular rod or line is in stock.
> BTW, our Debian beginner's ocean fishing trips take place on our good
> ship Stable. Everything is covered for a client taking this package;
> little change to the itinerary, smooth seas guaranteed, the ship won't
> sink on the odd occasion. A little boring - but the fishing is superb.
> Its sister ship, Testing, is in not so good a shape. It will get to be
> safe and sound in a year or so. We'll take your money for travelling
> on it now but we can guarantee nothing, even though many customers
> have complimented us on its sea-worthiness.
> Living dangerously types tell us the newest of our fleet, Unstable, is
> one hell of a ride. Who are we to argue? They've paid good money for
> the our most modern of our offerings. The fact that some of our senior
> exectives won't step on board it even when it is in dry dock shouldn't
> put you off.
> Whatever you do, please read our brochures; we stand by their accuracy
> and will accept and respond to complaints if you are dissatisfied with
> our service.
Chuckle, I was in bad need of a grin, and this was it.
Cheers, Gene Heskett
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