"Mature" means it hasn't changed in a while and we know what bugs it
contains. "Mature" does not mean zero bugs, but at least by not changing
it at the last minute we don't risk introducing bigger bugs. And this
bug is not big at all.
As an example, just today the "gjs" package has blown up with lots of
new crashes that didn't exist last week. This was caused by an
unnecessary upgrade of a previously mature package, and it looks like it
may risk the whole 18.04 release. That is why you shouldn't change
things late in the release cycle.
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bluez regression: Bluetooth audio fails to reconnect after resume
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