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    Default Wine 1.4 Makes It A Step Further In Fermentation

    Phoronix: Wine 1.4 Makes It A Step Further In Fermentation

    The Wine 1.4 release has moved along a step further in the fermentation process as they appear for the official debut of Wine 1.4 in the coming weeks...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTA2MjU

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    Say Michael, no offence, but is beer the only thing you ever think of?

    There's also spezi, apfelschorle, riesling... all of them awesome German drinks. Me personally, I'd take riesling every day over most beer sorts out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by susikala View Post
    Say Michael, no offence, but is beer the only thing you ever think of?

    There's also spezi, apfelschorle, riesling... all of them awesome German drinks. Me personally, I'd take riesling every day over most beer sorts out there.
    Wine.... wine goes through fermentation process.... I do like some German sekt, spezi, radlers, heck even Mezzo Mix is fine once in a while.

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    Is there any chance that this is what will be in ubuntu 12.04?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJenbo View Post
    Is there any chance that this is what will be in ubuntu 12.04?
    Yes, it already has wine1.4~rc5 package, and that is the default version pointed to by wine metapackage.

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    Awesome a lot more was running when installing 1.3 so this should make it easy for the people on lts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanL View Post
    Yes, it already has wine1.4~rc5 package, and that is the default version pointed to by wine metapackage.
    Does anybody know what's the deal with debian? There used to be the gecko license problem, but I think that was solved?

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    Quote Originally Posted by not.sure View Post
    Does anybody know what's the deal with debian? There used to be the gecko license problem, but I think that was solved?
    It seems that the guy packaging it has a pretty loaded schedule and also wants to package all the intermediate releases, not just the latest one.

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