gedi at ntlworld.com
Fri Apr 29 21:44:16 CEST 2005
>I would like to see a 0.2.7 release soon. 0.3.0 is getting closer
>every day, but it's not there yet IMHO. On the other hand, we have
>had lots of big patches from Mr. Ionescu (and others), major changes,
>go in and appear to be stable since we have released 0.2.6. I would
>like to see us have another release in this lull, instead of having a
>release right after committing a pile of patches *right before* the
>release like we did with 0.2.6.
>I know it's been less than a month since 0.2.6, but my the time we
>branch and do a couple RC's, it will have been over a month.
>I just have this feeling that we miss some regressions from release to
>release, since alot of us just use HEAD on a regular basis?
>Just my $0.2US
I agree with WD. At this early stage in development, releases attract
You can never have too much good attention, thus I think minor releases
should be a little more regular if possible, perhaps once a month. It's
no different than Microsoft releasing patches for their operating
systems once a month, only we have to release the full package. (until
some sort of update feature is implemented)
I understand that there is no obvious change to the end user, but the
change logs will speak for themselves.
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