I don't know the timing or the site you want to use where your at.That's Saturday. What time?
Which download sites will not be overwhelmed?
P.S. I suspect that attackers have already prepared infected versions of the release.
-> Be sure to check the integrity of Debian 12 files that you download, especially in the early days. This is no different than anything you download. Always check.
EDIT: The "sudo apt full-upgrade" on Spiral GNOME to "Bookworm" gave me GNOME v43. I don't know if it's alike right now for ordinary Debian. So that might help decide some people who would like the latest of that D.E.
I wonder now what will happen to Spiral Linux. Will GeckoLinux come up with new ISO's up to "Bookworm"?
They say that after the release of bookworm another team will take over the maintenance of bullseye until 2026, they say they are just as good, so no, there are no down sides in keeping Debian 11 until some time in 2026Is there any downside when I keep my Debian Servers with debian bullseye?
Best way to see if it fits your needs, try it out.Why does this release feel so different? I never cared before, but for some reason, this Debian release has grabbed my attention and there seems to be a lot more interest than before. I'll try it as a desktop in a virtual machine to see if I like it, and try it on a non-critical hobby server on the internet.