[asterisk-users] Should I move to 1.6 or 1.8, or stay with 1.4?

Roderick A. Anderson raanders at cyber-office.net
Tue Aug 24 11:54:50 CDT 2010

Gordon Henderson wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Aug 2010, Paul Belanger wrote:
>> On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 11:02 AM, Gordon Henderson 
>> <gordon+asterisk at drogon.net> wrote:
>>> I thought OpenVZ was 'depreciated'? That's sort of what I found
>>> when looking at virtualisation at the start of the year. I'm
>>> using LXC and have many servers running LXC with many containers
>>> inside just running away very hapilly.
>> Deprecated.
>> Don't let Tilghman catch you using 'depreciated'. ;)
> Huh? I don't really understand what you're getting at..

 From my tool bar dictionary in case you missed it like I did the first 
two readings; there is an 'i' of difference.

Deprecated adj. Said of a program or feature that is considered
obsolescent and in the process of being phased out, usually in favor of
a specified replacement. Deprecated features can, unfortunately, linger
on for many years. This term appears with distressing frequency in
standards documents when the committees writing the documents realize
that large amounts of extant (and presumably happily working) code
depend on the feature(s) that have passed out of favor. See also {dusty

[Usage note: don't confuse this word with `depreciate', or the verb
form `deprecate' with `depreciated`. They are different words; see any
dictionary for discussion.]

Depreciate: To lessen in price or estimated value; to lower the worth
of; to represent as of little value or claim to esteem; to undervalue.
[1913 Webster]

> Gordon

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