Benoit Renard wrote:
The best version is the one you have been using for a while to your
Why not creating a version without "vulnerabilities" ... i'ts ennoying
to always upgrade, upgrade, and upgrade ...
You talk as if that's possible. :)
Before upgrading to any other version, make sure you will be able to
downgrade back to that version in case you run into problems. And do not
think those potential problems will appear overnight.
The advice to upgrade to a supposedly safer version has to balanced
against the risk this new version has some bugs the previous one did not
have, which can happen in spite of the trouble developers and testers
take for this no to happen.
The wise man does not rush.
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