Finally, MIA has seen a new release (2.0.6) that might be considered "stable". The code has seen a lot of cleanups and added functionality since the 2.0.3 release, and therefore, it is binary incompatible. Nevertheless, from now on the 2.0 releases will no longer see updates that may break binary compatibility.
It turns out that setting up a PPA and getting some packages out there is quite easy, but getting things straight to be acceptable to Debian is a completely different story. It means package names must be chosen properly, man pages be written, and installation files need to be clean up. The good thing is, it will improve all-over code and documentation quality.
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