Michael Prokop has written a nice overview of the changes to be included in the upcoming #debian bullseye release: https://michael-prokop.at/blog/2021/05/27/what-to-expect-from-debian-bullseye-newinbullseye/
Just recognized that #debian (stable) does not only ship a #firefox package, which contains a very outdated version (62.something). No, they also provide a firefox-esr, which brings at least version 68.something.
I mean, hey, great, they are not only providing a pre-historic firefox, but also an ancient one. But what's the point of providing the pre-historic one? Wouldn't providing an ancient one plus a recent one (firefox-bleeding-edge or some such) be more helpful? And why, for god's sake, isn't the firefox package not simply tracking esr?
Oh yes, #debian 10.3 has been released: https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Debian-10.3-9.12-Released
Didn't use my #debian workstation for three days and now I have ~300MB updates with a new kernel, base files, systemd and what not. Did I miss a point release?
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