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Added 'Should I use the official version or development version?' que…

…stion to the FAQ

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 .. _`Django-friendly Web hosts`: http://code.djangoproject.com/wiki/DjangoFriendlyWebHosts
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+Should I use the official version or development version?
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+---------------------------------------------------------
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+The Django developers improve Django every day and are pretty good about not
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+checking in broken code. We use the development code (from the Subversion
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+repository) directly on our servers, so we consider it stable. With that in
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+mind, we recommend that you use the latest development code, because it
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+generally contains more features and fewer bugs than the "official" releases.
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 Using Django
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