Hello The Black Pig,
thank you for bothering in reading and even replying to my post. Yes, I have already red the text you suggested to me and it is not mentioning anything about stability.
All I asked for was just hints about how stable our favourite distribution is because I did not manage to read the whole of our wiki yet. I know that Debian is the most rock
solid stable distro there is, something that is not quite happening with its testing branch (not to mention the experimental one...). Of course as I mentioned in my previous
post it is good there are two kinds of updates, for the apps and the system and further on, for the fact that updates are released, if I have got it right, about every three months
time, something that means relatively enough time for bug fixes. However, I just needed to know if every time I am about to update my software, I have to search in agony
in the news, in the forums and all kinds of posts to find out whether someone had problems with the certain updates, something that happens with the cutting and bleeding
edge distributions. You see I am a newbie that do not want to bother our community for help because my system crashed.