The image build page is confusing and it is unclear which is the most stable image for people to download if they want to check what is the current state of the Librem 5 software.
What I do is look for the latest build that is labeled as “current qemu-x86_64 buster+ci image” to download and that seems to be the most reliable build, but I’m not sure what the labels mean.
What is the difference between “plain” and “current”?
What does “+ci” mean?
I see builds that are labeled as “buster”, “bullseye”, “byzantium” and “amber-phone”. As I understand it, Purism is currently transitioning from “buster” (Debian’s current stable version) to “bullseye” (Debian’s next stable version), which means using the “testing” version, which Purism labels as “byzantium”.
What is the difference between “bullseye” and “byzantium”? (It seems like they should both be the same “testing” version.)
“amber” is the repo for code specific to the Librem 5 and all the build images include it, so what is “amber-phone”?
Which of the build images have a released kernel and which have a kernel in development?