On Friday 04 May 2007, Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto wrote:
> I also don't agree with having an exception for the games herd. As
> others have questioned, how are games more important than security
> bumps? If we were considering exceptions, I would argue that allowing
> the security team to mark packages as stable would make a lot more
> sense, imho.

A quick 2c here from the peanut gallery:

Just leave the affected games always keyworded ~arch. The users of games 
are generally pretty savvy and they know how portage works. You might 
even find the majority of games players run ~arch boxes anyway so they 
will never notice that the game ebuild is not in stable


Optimists say the glass is half full,
Pessimists say the glass is half empty,
Developers say wtf is the glass twice as big as it needs to be?

Alan McKinnon
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