New question #62529 on NSsbackup:

Wanting for more sophistication, I want to try using nssbackup in stead of 
sbackup. (I've also joined the dev team to speed things up, since it all looks 
very promising).

However, sbackup currently seems slightly more stable and reliable. I'd 
therefore like to use sbackup, while working on nssbackup.

THis isn't possible when using the deb packages, due to nssbackup giving 
conflict with sbackup.

So, the question is, why is this listed as a conflict? Are there really things 
that are incompatible between them? I know nssbackup is intended to replace 
sbackup, but should that not be up to the users (or distro builders) to decide?

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